Are you starting to hire across borders? It’s important to be prepared.
The war for talent is heating up and businesses are smart to consider qualified, passionate candidates from around the world.
That said, hiring and firing in countries other than the U.S. comes with interesting (and often surprising) challenges.
In the U.S., companies can hire quickly as business entities are already established. They can fire quickly as well, so long as the reason isn’t illegal.
Everything changes on an international scale. Hiring without setting up a subsidiary is impossible. And the concept of at-will employment, where companies can let go of employees at any time, does not exist.
What does this mean for your international expansion plans and your business? What would normally be an uneventful employment action or termination in the U.S. could blindside your company in an international context.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- 3 things every HR lead needs to know when it’s time to hire globally
- Surprising facts about employment law and benefits packages in EMEA, APAC and more
- What U.S.-based HR teams need to know about the termination process in key expansion countries (and real stories from international HR specialists on the ground)
We can help you make international hiring a success.
Globalization Partners simplifies international business by enabling organizations to quickly expand into new countries without setting up branch offices or subsidiaries. You find the talent, and we put your team member on our locally compliant payroll.
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Andrea has over two decades of B2B and B2C marketing experience at high-growth startups and Fortune 500 companies. She is a sought-after speaker for events such as Conference Board, Society for Human Resource Management, and WorldatWork. Andrea is a forward-thinking leader focused on product differentiation, leading market position, and sales enablement.
Francisco has extensive HR and finance experience, from labor law to payroll to employee relations. While he’s lived in Argentina and Brazil, he is currently based in Mexico, helping Globalization Partners team throughout Latin America.
Justin has more than 10 years of international business and expansion experience in entity set ups, accounting, staffing, payroll, HR and compliance. Justin came to Globalization Partners from Radius where he facilitated the global expansion and management of private and public institutions in more than 30 countries. Justin has onboarded hundreds of employees in multiple countries around the globe.