As more business are shifting their workforce remote, the ability to work from anywhere could be reality for some. There are two main options when it comes to remote working abroad. These are usually under the terms of a ‘digital nomad’ or as a freelancer. But, what’s the difference?
Remembering what the world of work was like before the pandemic can seem almost impossible. When remote working has been the norm for many for nearly a year, the process of recruitment has been forced to quickly adapt to remote-first environment.
US employment law has changed drastically from 2021 with changes relating to COVID-19, leave, maternity care, and contractor status. Some are changes temporary for the pandemic, and others look here to stay.
When hiring globally and managing a global team, it's vital to keep on top of changes to the minimum wage.
We’ve explored five different countries who have made changes to their minimum wages this year.
2020 has accelerated the growth of many technologies. From enabling us to work remotely, to allowing a virtual diagnosis, the pandemic has been a key factor in the exponential growth of some technologies.
Expanding overseas into Europe is a popular choice for many businesses. A stable economy and access to a large, highly skilled talent pool are just some reasons Europe is often a top priority for global expansion.
There are several differences between a PEO and an EOR. The different service offering can impact your risk management strategy and business operation, therefore it's important to be aware of each and what they can provide.
The pandemic has forced many businesses to change the way they work. From the location of their employees, to the rules and regulations they’re required to follow. Priorities have had to be reassessed in order to adapt to the ‘new normal’.
Deciding which is best suited to your business is important. Setting up a business in your current residence is challenge enough. But, doing so in a foreign location comes with a whole new raft of complexities.
There can seem like a never-ending number of things to consider with international business expansion. Whether you’re planning on going into a single country, or multiple, it’s important you’re ready to take the leap.
A salary alone is no longer enough to incentivise top talent. As companies work to become more competitive in a global market, it’s important to offer an array of benefits to incentivise the right talent.
The country is becoming increasingly popular for those wanting to expand their business. Alongside its low 12.5% corporate tax rate, there are many other benefits of expanding your business in the country.
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