For companies expanding overseas, the world has no borders.
Expanding globally requires local knowledge and compliance to succeed while performing in foreign markets, countries, and cultures.
International HR expertise from WeHG will help you navigate anywhere in the world. We will accelerate your business by providing valuable information on local legislation and compliance.
Contractors vs EOR?
Some companies believe they can find a way around or use a grey scheme to save money. They work with contractors, stay in the shade, and hope local authorities will not track them. But this approach may turn out into big troubles and financial losses.
Without a compliant solution, the business risks to face:
- Big fines and tax penalties.
- Temporary hold or complete shutdown of the overseas operation.
- Reputation damage and company devaluation.
- Canceled contracts and loss of revenue.
- Legal expenses and lawsuits in foreign jurisdiction.
WeHG help our multinational clients to enter the foreign markets and new global marketplaces. Through our fast and 100% compliant EOR model; we support our clients in over 150 countries to take off the burden of employment and tax risks off their shoulders.
You engage a remote workforce, we mitigate the risk.
Transform risk into opportunity by using our Employer of Record (EOR) service, as your company penetrates new markets and countries. Leverage our knowledgebase and reap the benefits of the international workforce, business incentives, and remote markets while retaining full operational control and compliance.
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