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This Employer of Record (EOR) guide will
allow you to deep dive into topics such as:

Local laws your EOR vendor must comply with;
Duties that remain your company's responsibility;
The maximum time limit for employing EOR talent;
Risks your company could face for not complying with local laws.

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The trend of flexible working paired with talent scarcity are the main forces driving companies to consider making an international hire.

We firmly believe borders should not act as an obstacle when hiring great talent. And we can visibly notice a massive change in attitude towards global hiring.

Nevertheless, creating a global workforce with the help of an EOR is not always as simple as we’d like it to be. This guide will help you get clarity on what to expect and look out for when considering this option.

EORs are rapidly
gaining in popularity.

Are you considering hiring remote talent?

Through an Employer of Record (EOR), you can quickly tap into a remote talent pool.

Yet this process can be overwhelming - especially during hiring urgency.

We're here to help!

To ease your decision-making when hiring through EORs, we've partnered with the largest labor law practice and created this practical guide.

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Through an Employer of Record (EOR), you can tap into a remote talent pool, without having to deal with relocation, legal, and administrative logistics.

Yet navigating through the realm of labor law and choosing from different EOR vendors can be overwhelming - especially during hiring urgency.

We're here to help! Download our ebook to understand the limits and possibilities of EORs across 16 EU countries.

Answers to FAQs for 16 European countries.