If you’re hiring people internationally, you’ll want to think carefully about the different ways you can engage talent and which hiring option is the best fit for your business. It is especially important to pay attention as the relationship between you and your hires changes over time to make sure your workforce continues to be classified correctly. Learn more about Independent Contractors, International Employees, and PEOs/EORs below.
To ensure a high value, international joint venture was operational on day one, Global Upside established numerous legal entities and transitioned 40+ employees across six countries within in just 60 days.
In 2018, a $7.0 billion private equity firm acquired an elite global training provider in an asset purchase. The acquisition was a competitive and complicated process, but Global Upside transformed intricate plans into successful actions.
In January 2019, a prominent private equity firm completed the acquisition of a leading provider in next-generation application security testing (AST) in an all-cash transaction valued at nearly a billion dollars. To manage the acquisition process across 13 different countries, the companies turned to Global Upside.
The immense popularity of an innovative new product propelled a medical device company to expand outside of the United States. This rapidly growing company turned to Global Upside to help them successfully establish their overseas operations in Australia, Canada, UK, Spain, Sweden, and France.
After an acquisition, Aclara Technologies had to onboard over 200 employees in Chile, India, Japan, Spain and the UK in an aggressive timeline. Faced with payroll, HR, legal entity setup challenges in Chile, India, Japan, Spain, and the UK, they turned to Global Upside.
A client had outsourced accounting, tax, and payroll for five subsidiaries in Austria, the Netherlands, and Spain. They were facing ongoing quality and cost issues with missed deadlines and increased compliance risks. When their non-performing vendor left abruptly two weeks prior to quarter-end and payroll, they reached out to Global Upside.
A public technology manufacturing company faced a serious payroll problem. After multiple acquisitions, its payroll system was complex and error-prone, and members of their payroll staff had given notice. The company engaged Global Upside. Read this case study to learn how Global Upside was able to revamp the payroll system, streamline payroll processes, increase payroll accuracy, and improve financial reporting in a matter of weeks.
A US technology manufacturer was experiencing the challenges of growth. Revenue, shipments, payables, and the number of vendors were all rising at double-digit rates. The company engaged Global Upside to address the challenges and implement new systems to enable the company to manage its growing accounts payable workload. Read this case study to find out how Global Upside cleared their accounts payables logjam in a matter of weeks.
An application networking company leveraged a leading payroll system to centralize its global payroll but complex APAC regulations, voluminous payroll data, and stock options made the transition extremely challenging. Global Upside undertook the payroll transition for Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan. Read this case study to learn how Global Upside helped the client transition from a payroll system with several service providers across different countries, to a single system, single-vendor model.