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Managing a global workforce is a complex process. Unfortunately, no single set of global HR policies and practices can account for the legal requirements of every country you operate in. Every jurisdiction has unique employer obligations related to hiring workers, managing working time and paid time off, terminating employee contracts and more. These country-specific requirements can vary substantially and are constantly evolving. ​

The bottom line is you need to establish and maintain locally compliant HR practices that account for each of your workers, in all jurisdictions, through the entire employee lifecycle, from onboarding new hires to terminating employee contracts.​

Our Access HR services include:​

  • Onboarding new hires ​
  • Collecting and maintaining new-hire documentation ​
  • Completing eligibility-to-work checklists ​
  • Enrolling employees in local benefits plans ​
  • Conducting new-hire orientation  ​
  • Managing employment contracts and records ​
  • Managing benefits ​
  • Managing paid time off ​
  • Acting as primary contact for local employees with HR questions ​
  • Supporting employee contract terminations ​
  • Calculating severance pay ​
  • Managing benefits for employees who've had their contracts terminated.​
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Companies have many reasons for hiring a small number of employees, or even just one, in a country where they don’t have an existing presence.
For companies exploring the possibility of doing business in a new country, providing benefits to a handful of local employees can be a thorny issue, particularly when it comes to benefits that aren’t required by law.
When hiring a small number of employees in another country, many organisations use an employer of record, or EOR. The EOR firm hires the employees and manages their benefits, while the organisation manages the employees’ day-to-day responsibilities.
Wellness programmes have evolved over the years as businesses recognise the benefits they deliver to both employer and employee. There is now a large body of research showing how employee wellness translates into increased productivity, reduced absenteeism, improved morale and better working relationships, all of which can positively affect an organisation’s bottom line.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected countries around the globe. To control transmission, most have imposed various travel restrictions. These have affected short- and long-term business travel and will continue to create new challenges for travellers and their employers for the foreseeable future.
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