International Employment Contracts

International Employment Contracts

As your business expands across the globe, international employment contracts need to be a major HR consideration. For U.S. companies, employment contracts are more of a courtesy than a requirement. Yet, for other countries across the world, these contracts are common and often mandatory to comply with local regulations.

Consolidating Global Vendors

Consolidating Global Vendors

As companies rapidly expand into global markets, they often hire various vendors for a wide range of services and countries. This quickly becomes cumbersome to manage multiple vendors across the world. Centralizing or consolidating global vendors will eliminate the administrative stress and free up time to focus on other important growth initiatives.

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HR in Europe – Your Top Questions Answered

Employment law and HR norms in Europe are complex. Laws and regulations differ significantly even within EU nations, and often minor missteps can leave your business exposed to major legal and financial liabilities. In this open house, HR experts will offer valuable operational insights and best practices AND answer your questions on hiring, onboarding, employment contracts, employment law, benefits, payroll, termination and more.

Each country has different standards for when business activity meets the requirements to be classified as a permanent establishment.

The Comprehensive Guide to Permanent Establishment

A permanent establishment is created when business activities are sufficient for an organization to be considered an ongoing presence in a country or state in which it is not incorporated or set up. If these business activities generate local revenue, the host country can impose corporate taxes at the local rate. Generally, a permanent establishment can be created for an organization by having employees or facilities in another jurisdiction. Generation of a regular revenue stream can also create a permanent establishment.

Considering DIY Global Expansion

Global expansion complexities will always exist for companies growing into international markets. The only way to avoid it is to work with experts that understand the local laws and regulations for each jurisdiction of operation.

Centralizing & Consolidating Financial Vendors

During periods of rapid growth, businesses may not have time to find the right growth partner. Instead, they hire different vendors, for different needs, in different countries. As they continue to expand into new countries, it becomes cumbersome to manage multiple vendors across the world. Centralizing or consolidating financial vendors will eliminate the management stress, and free up time to focus on other important growth initiatives.