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Country Capital

Washington, D.C.


U.S. dollar ($) (USD)

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Employer of Record in United States.

Your company is interested in opening a business in the United States and is ready to start hiring a team to build up your presence in the country. The only problem is that you haven’t yet established a subsidiary or U.S.-based branch of your business. That’s where G-P’ Professional Employment Organization (PEO) services and comprehensive solutions step in.

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Payroll in United States.

Once you’ve made the decision to expand your business into the United States, you’ll need to begin the process of hiring local talent to ensure that your company gets a great start in the new market. Before you can hire any employees, however, you’ll have to set up a locally compliant payroll.

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One of the most challenging aspects of expanding operations in a new country is finding the right employees to help your company succeed. As you begin recruiting and hiring in the United States, you’ll need to learn all the local employment laws and comply with them throughout the process.

Compensation & Benefits in United States.

If you’re hiring employees in the United States, you’ll need to make sure you’re staying up to date with all the federal and state requirements for compensation and benefits. On a surface level, the U.S. doesn’t have many laws regarding compensation and benefits for employees — but if you want your company to be able to compete with other employers, you’ll still need to offer certain benefits. G-P can help you navigate the written and unwritten rules when it comes to U.S. benefits and compensation.

USD7.25 per hourMinimum wage per month
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United States Subsidiary.

While the United States welcomes international business, U.S. subsidiary setup can be a complicated process. The process of setting up a subsidiary can vary based on several factors, including the state you choose as your company’s headquarters. Each state has unique legal requirements that you’ll need to keep track of in addition to the federal laws. Knowing what to expect as you set up a subsidiary can help you avoid fines and ensure that the process is as smooth as possible.

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United States Visas & Permits.

Expanding a company’s operations into the United States is an exciting process, but it can also be a challenge. You’ll need a talented team of employees to help you set your company up for success abroad. If you’re planning to relocate any employees from your parent company to ease the transition, it’s up to you to make sure they have the necessary visas and permits to work in the U.S. legally.


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