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Multiplier is a leading global employment solution that is focused on rebalancing the demand and supply of global employment. To help businesses overcome the legal hurdles of hiring global talent, Multiplier is helping companies compliantly employ talent across any market without the need to establish a legal entity. It also simplifies the employment process by taking charge of the complexities involved in handling the payroll, employment contracts, taxes, and benefits while complying with employment laws, both local and global. The company works with customers from across the globe today, with its roots in the Asia Pacific region. Users can manage global payroll, provide benefits, insurance and tackle compliance with ease starting at $300 per employee per month and $40 per freelancer per month. In geographies where businesses have their own entities, Multiplier helps companies manage payroll for their employees starting at $20 per employee per month.
Deel is a payment solution and management software for remote teams that are planning to onboard remote employees in the form of contractors. The issue that Deel solves here is establishing legally compliant contracts with everyone and running payroll, making sure that everyone gets paid on time, no matter where they are.
Compared to running your own payroll, this obviously comes at a cost. However, the cost is substantially lower than a EOR (employer of record) solution and starting at just $50/month.
New Horizons has a strong focus on central and east asia, as well as the middle east, and offers coverage as EOR service in a few countries that are usually going forgotten. As usual, agreements are being done through proposals and there might be wiggle room for custom offers.
The catch-all solution to hiring remote workers is to do so as independent contractors. ICA (Independent Contractor Agreements) are usually simple and short contracts that are legally compliant in some form or another in any country of the world.
The important distinction here is that independent contractors are not legally employed as employees. In their respective jurisdictions, your employees may therefore not be legally protected under employment laws, but are self-employed.
The legally compliant way to hire employees in any country of the world is to set up a sub-corporation in said country. Depending on the country, this is easier said than done and often needs local representation. It's therefore only realistic to do if you are planning on quickly hiring a larger team in a specific country or are already working with a big workforce in a specifc country.
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