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Working with Employees of Record (EORs) – a guide for global employers

JUN 16, 2021

Talent

This guide provides an overview of how to consider, approach, choose and work with an Employer of Record (EoR) Service. It is designed to help with the decision and the initial approach to employing an EoR provider.

With the increasing prevalence of flexible and remote working models, more and more companies are working to hire globally to gain access to a broader talent pool and build distributed teams. At the same time, travel and relocation restrictions have become more cumbersome and setting up legal entities in various countries is a slower than usual process. As a result, Employer of Record services have gained a new level of popularity as a solution to manage international hires and move into new geographies.

What this guide covers:

  • What Is An EoR?
  • Remote Employment Models
  • Benefits Of Working With An EoR
  • Risks Of Permanent Establishment
  • When To Employ An EoR
  • How To Choose An EoR Provider
  • Transitioning From Utilising An EoR To Operating A Legal Entity

Please let me know if you have questions. You can download the guide on the right.

WORKING WITH EMPLOYERS OF RECORD (EORs)

A guide for global employers

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