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Employer of Record in Philippines.

G-P provides consultation and project-based services for customers in the Philippines (Customer) to ensure the development of the Customer’s activities in-country through the assistance of one or more professionals (Professionals) capable of meeting the demands expressed by the Customer (Services). G-P contracts with Customers to provide Services on a project basis and assigns Professionals to provide assistance in connection with these project-based Services. The Professional is employed by G-P in accordance with local labor law obviating the need for the Customer to establish a branch office or subsidiary in the Philippines in order to hire employees to provide requisite services.

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Payroll in Philippines.

One easy element to fall out of compliance with is payroll. You have to learn a new country’s employment laws, hire employees, and decide which payroll option is best for your company — all while trying to run a new business location.  G-P’ Service Provider Model takes the hassle of having to hire and set up payroll in the Philippines and instead enables you to obtain requisite services and complete projects in the Philippines with the support and assistance of designated Professionals without being burdened with legal, HR, payroll, tax, and compliance matters.

Hiring in PhPhilippines.

Deciding to open a new location in the Philippines requires plenty of prior planning, time, and money. One of the most important tasks of any expansion is hiring the right employees to help your new location succeed — which can be challenging if you don’t have an understanding of the country’s culture and business etiquette. While hiring employees in the Philippines may seem simple, you have to learn all of the country’s employment laws, set up a subsidiary, and add new employees to your payroll.

Compensation & Benefits in Philippines.

Compensation and benefits are important to employees and your company. Following all the Philippines’ compensation laws means your company will stay compliant, and providing a competitive benefits plan will attract the best employees to your open positions. . Partner with G-P under the Service Provider Model and you’ll get a partner who will keep you in compliance, assign Professionals to complete requisite Services and take the stress off your shoulders and onto our own.

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Philippines Subsidiary.

If you’ve decided to expand to the Philippines, congratulations! It’s an exciting time in the life of your company, but this time also comes with some important responsibilities. You have to learn and understand all of the Philippines’ subsidiary laws and determine how to set up a Philippines subsidiary while staying compliant. The process can take months before you’re even ready to hire employees.

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Philippines Visas & Permits.

The tropical climate and booming economy of the Philippines have made the country a popular destination for expatriates and companies in the process of expanding globally. But like any other country, the Philippines has specific laws regarding visas for foreign nationals who wish to live and work within its borders.


THIS CONTENT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL OR TAX ADVICE. You should always consult with and rely on your own legal and/or tax advisor(s). G-P does not provide legal or tax advice. The information is general and not tailored to a specific company or workforce and does not reflect G-P’s product delivery in any given jurisdiction. G-P makes no representations or warranties concerning the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of this information and shall have no liability arising out of or in connection with it, including any loss caused by use of, or reliance on, the information.

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