Ensuring compliance without sufficient knowledge of the country’s laws also adds to the stress of getting your new entity off the ground and ready to test new markets. Going at it without the proper support can increase the costs, time and risks involved.
Working in Egypt requires various procedures, some before entering and some completed after arrival. Generally, employers are part of the process. Timelines are variable but typically between one and two months pre-entry and two to four months post-entry. Knowing the system can be a boon to the uninitiated in all aspects of company expansion into Egypt.
Bradford Jacobs has been a Professional Employer Organisation (PEO) and Employer of Record for more than 20 years and is aware of the intricacies and necessary measures when it comes to completing the paperwork successfully. Start as you mean to go on with the best advice and qualified specialists who can navigate the system, saving you time and dealing with obstacles that occur.