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Best Practices For Developing A World-Class Global Compensation Strategy

In this audio interview from Global Business Professor, Nellie Bloom, president, MSI Global Tax and Compensation, talks about what the biggest challenges companies face today are in regard to tax and compensation.


Global Business Professor’s latest audio interview, “Best Practices for Developing a World Class Global Compensation Strategy,” features Nellie Bloom, president, MSI Global Tax and Compensation, MSI Global Talent Solutions.

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In the eight-minute audio interview, Bloom discusses:

  • What are the biggest challenges companies face today with regard to tax and compensation given the current legislative environment, and how have these challenges changed over the past few years?
  • What are some ways organizations can re-evaluate their accounting processes and the processes their partner accounting firms take on in order to reduce fees?
  • What do companies that are considering going global today need to consider when it comes to paying their employees, and how can companies ensure their compensation packages are fair and equitable across the globe?
  • How can companies manage compliance and pay in an ever increasing digital and virtual workplace?
  • How can companies design a compensation and benefit plan that will attract and retain top talent in today’s competitive marketplace?

As president of MSI Global Tax and Compensation, Bloom is responsible for the strategic direction and management of MSI’s global tax and compensation division. She serves as MSI’s in-house subject matter expert for U.S. individual income tax and complex global compensation tax issues.


Bloom brings more than 15 years of experience to this role. Before joining MSI, she was employed in the international expatriate tax department of PricewaterhouseCoopers. More recently, she was a senior manager at Deloitte. Her role included day-to-day oversight of client engagements, consulting, policy development and benchmarking projects.

Bloom holds a master’s degree in accounting and a Master in Business Administration degree in international human resource and global development from the University of Phoenix. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Montclair State University. She is currently certified with the Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) certification from the Society of Human Resources. Bloom is an Enrolled Agent (admitted to practice before the IRS) and a member of the National Society of Tax Professionals.



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