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Employer of Record in Lebanon.
G-P provides employer of record services for customers that want to hire employees and run payroll without first establishing a branch office or subsidiary in Lebanon. Your candidate is hired via G-P’ Lebanon PEO in accordance with local labor laws and can be onboarded in days instead of the months it typically takes. The individual is assigned to work on your team, working on your company’s behalf exactly as if he or she were your employee to fulfill your in-country requirements.
Employer of Record in Lebanon.
Many employment negotiations hinge on two factors — compensation and benefits. You can increase your chances of hiring talented, well-educated employees by providing more than just the statutory minimums for compensation and benefits. And meeting Lebanon’s compensation laws will ensure that you stay compliant while creating an employment contract.
Hiring in Lebanon.
When you first decide to expand to another country, one of your first thoughts should be about how you’ll hire employees. Hiring is both an essential and a challenging task wherever you are, but it can prove even more difficult when you’re trying to expand to a country with unfamiliar labor laws.
Payroll in Lebanon.
Lebanon is a Middle Eastern country with a population of over 6 million. A little less than half of the population speaks French, and the majority of schools in the country teach French as a second language. Lebanon’s location — with borders to Syria, Cyprus, and Israel — makes it a great country for companies that want to establish relationships with other Middle Eastern countries.
The Lebanon subsidiary setup process is the key to your success in the country. Once you have a registered entity, you’re ready to start working, hire employees, set up your payroll, and provide necessary compensation and benefits. Without a subsidiary, you cannot work in Lebanon, and you won’t benefit from new business relationships.
Lebanon Visas & Permits.
Handling work permits, visas, and the overall legal status for your foreign employees in Lebanon can be both frustrating and time-consuming. While the different rules and regulations look simple at first glance, they can vary widely among who you talk to, and it can be hard to work with government officials. If you don’t already know how to get a work visa in Lebanon for each of your employees, you could end up facing compliance issues.