Here's how to expand your hiring horizons to include international contractors.
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Managing risk across multiple countries is difficult without local labour experts in each market. Chances are you don’t have the luxury of international lawyers or global HR specialists to navigate the intricacies of creating compliant contracts and avoiding misclassification of contract workforce outside of your home country.
If you want to scale and grow your business, hiring independent contractors, or contract employees, can keep you nimble, as long as you can navigate the complexities involved with local labour laws in each country.
A new whitepaper by Remote, titled Guide to onboard, pay and manage your contract workforce, shows how you can simplify and scale international contractor management, including:
- Practicalities of adding people from other countries to your team, such working hours, language barriers, project reporting norms, structure of contracts, etc.
- How to ensure you don’t fall prey to classic misclassification mistakes;
- How to pay your international contractors legally and quickly, and
- How to scale your process so your business never has to pass up an opportunity for lack of expertise.
Whether you have worked with thousands of international contractors or you’re looking to onboard your first, Remote has several resources available for employers. On the topic of 'contractor management', browse the resources here to learn more about borderless payments, onboarding independent contractors, hiring contractors vs employees, and a lot more.
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