Human Resource Services

PricewaterhouseCoopers Human Resource Services practice works with clients who strive to make their people at a sustainable source of competitive advantage. Our strategy is built on our own belief in developing our people to be creative and effective team players, committed to outstanding client services. We bring the ability to take fresh perspectives, to think differently, to develop and implement new and value adding solutions.

We work in close relationships with clients to offer practical, multi-disciplined approaches to the increasingly complex challenges facing business. One of the main challenges is to create environments in which people can work most efficiently. Our Human Resource Services practice brings together all the professional working in the human resource arena – tax, benefits, retirement, communications, financial planning, international assignment, equity, culture and change, compensation, strategy, regulatory, legal and process management - affording our clients an unmatched breadth and depth of expertise both locally and globally.

Our expertise in combining detailed tax, law and compliance issues combined with our knowledge of employment best practices sets us apart.

Our Human Resource Services comprise:

Organizations that are going through a deal, internal restructuring or other transaction face considerable people challenges that, if not addressed, could result in failure to meet the intended business goals. ...

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Creating the right reward plans for your employees is essential for attracting and retaining key staff, achieving business objectives and human resource objectives, as well as optimizing related cost. But balancing business priorities with shareholder interests can be a challenge. ...

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Foreign nationals based in Korea or traveling frequently to Korea for business visits are required to obtain proper visas and other documentations (such as foreign registration card) in order to work and reside legally in Korea. The employers or its affiliated entities in Korea also have the obligation to comply with the relevant application requirements stipulated by the competent Korean authorities when transferring employees to work in Korea. ...

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Younsung Chung
Tel: +82 2 709 0538

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