Hiring talented and hard-working employees in Armenia isn’t a task to take lightly. You have to meet all of Armenia’s employment compliance laws while recruiting candidates, onboarding the ones you hire, and continuing to run your parent company.
Fortunately, Globalization Partners makes it easier through Armenia hiring outsourcing. We offer an entire suite of global expansion services, one of which is recruiting and onboarding the best talent. As the Employer of Record, we’re even responsible for compliance, so you can truly focus on running your company.
How to Hire Armenian Employees
Before you learn how to hire Armenian employees, you should understand the country’s culture and business practices. Although Armenia is known for its ease in doing business, it can help to establish in-country relationships. These relationships are important to Armenians, and they can help you navigate employment compliance laws, business deals, and more. Most workers have high skills for the area, but wages remain low. If you want to hire foreigners to work in Armenia, you won’t need an employment permit, which will make it relatively easy.
Armenia’s Employment Compliance Laws
One of the most important Armenian employment compliance laws is drafting a strong employment contract in the local language. Any compensation, bonus, or severance amounts should be in dram instead of another currency. The Labour Code says contracts must include the following:
- Worker’s name and surname
- Name of the company
- Structural sub-division
- Employment start date
- Job description
- Method of payment
- Bonuses and additional payments
- Probation period duration (if applicable)
- Working hours
- And more
Best Ways to Onboard Employees
We recommend onboarding employees using a process that works best for your company. Not all businesses are the same, and the way you onboard your employees may not be the same as that of another Armenian company. However, you should start by reviewing the employment contract since it’s such an important part of the country’s labor laws. Then, you should provide job training that can help the employee succeed in their new position.
Although it may be difficult, you should try to travel to Armenia for the employee’s first day or week. Onboarding multiple employees at one time is a great way to save time and help new hires bond with one another.
Benefit of Armenia Hiring Outsourcing
Sometimes it’s difficult to find the time to hire employees when you’re trying to run multiple company locations, handle payroll, source benefits, and more. Plus, companies expanding to Armenia have to establish a subsidiary before they can hire employees. Globalization Partners makes it fast and easy to hire new employees through Armenia hiring outsourcing. You can use our Armenia PEO to start working fast — without establishing your own subsidiary. Our team of compliance experts will also be responsible for Armenia employment compliance instead of your company, giving you the chance to work without added stress.
Work With Globalization Partners Today
Globalization Partners envisions a world without barriers to global expansion. Let us help you make the most of your move to Armenia with Armenia hiring outsourcing. Contact us today to learn more.