Governmental agencies around the globe are issuing ever greater numbers of rules and regulations, and more tightly enforcing those already on the books, including money movement/payment services licensing requirements and anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.
The risks of ineffective money movement and AML programs can be significant: potential fines and penalties, damaged corporate reputations and even legal liability. Engaging with an experienced Human Capital Management (HCM) company can help to mitigate that risk.
Understanding the legal and regulatory landscape in working with HCM companies to address AML and licensing requirements, as well as the requirements of the financial institutions used to process the payments, will allow you to make informed decisions when choosing an HCM provider, and will help ensure on-time payments to your employees, tax authorities, benefits carriers and others, simplifying the administration and complexity for your organization.
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Approved for 1 HRCI credit, 1 SHRM credit, and 1 CPE credit hour.
Delivery Method: Group-Internet
Based Course Level: Update
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
CPE Credits: 1 Hour
NASBA - Sponsor number: 103021
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