Do you need to hire internationally? An employer of record (EOR) lets you hire workers in other countries without having to take on the cost and risk of establishing a foreign entity. What’s more, the EOR takes on the responsibility of payroll, benefits and compliance with local employment and tax regulations—so you don’t have to.
Did you know that an extra salary payment, often called 13 month pay, is customary—or in some cases required—in many countries around the world? If you’re hiring employees internationally, it’s important to understand this salary tradition to ensure your payroll is both compliant and competitive.
There is a new future of work. It is time for Work in Any Way—a flexible, people-centric approach to workforce management.