Employer of Record (EOR) Solutions

Global expansion starts with an Employer of Record. An EOR service allows you to create global remote teams so your business can explore and test new markets, without the need to set up a new entity abroad.

EOR Enabling your
Global Expansion

EOR is a service that we provide to companies like yours that want to expand their business abroad. Using our global entity network, we will become the Employer of Record for your international employee(s), meaning we take full responsibility for:

  • The labor contract
  • Complying with local laws
  • Paying taxes according to the local tax regime
  • Payroll

The international employee still works for your company and you are still in control of day-to-day tasks and activities. We just take the legal responsibilities of employing and paying employees internationally. This allows you to place employees anywhere in the world at any time without the risk of not meeting national laws and regulations. We have a team of HR, payroll, and international legal experts, that can set-up an EOR within days not months.

Benefits of Using an
Employer of Record EOR?

There are many benefits to using the Employer of Record services of an organization like Bradford Jacobs, such as…


An Employer of Record removes the cost of setting up a legal entity in a new country.


No need to inspect all laws, regulations, find local administrators, markets, because an Employer of Record takes care of this.


With our years of in-depth expertise, using an Employer of Records ensures that local labor laws, regulations are 100% compliant.


EOR allows true Global Employee Mobility. Place any employee anywhere on the planet by using our Global Network.


While we take care of the local processes required in setting up a global workforce in a new country, you can focus on business.


Using an Employer of Record allows you to provide the same benefits and perks to your employees globally.


What is an Employer of Record, and how does it work?2024-06-12T09:21:32+00:00

An Employer of Record (EOR) is a service that manages the legal and administrative responsibilities of employing staff abroad, such as payroll, taxes, and compliance, allowing companies to hire internationally without setting up a local entity.

How will my employee be onboarded?2024-06-12T09:25:46+00:00

The EOR handles all onboarding procedures, ensuring compliance with local laws and seamless integration into your company.

How do you handle employee benefits?2024-06-12T09:26:36+00:00

Employee benefits are managed according to local regulations and standards, ensuring compliance and consistency. To learn more about Employee Benefits, please visit here

How do you handle termination/severance?2024-06-12T09:27:35+00:00

Termination and severance processes are managed per local labour laws, minimising legal risks and ensuring compliance.

Will an EOR recruit candidates for us?2024-06-12T09:28:42+00:00

No, an EOR does not recruit candidates; they handle employment and administrative tasks for employees you have already selected. However, our Talent Acquisition Solution works with EOR to ensure a seamless journey. To learn more, visit here

Will an EOR hire candidates for us?2024-06-12T09:29:21+00:00

Yes, the EOR can officially hire the candidates you select, managing all legal and payroll responsibilities.

We have entities in some countries; can we still use EOR?2024-06-12T09:29:56+00:00

Yes, you can use an EOR for countries without entities to streamline your global workforce management.

Why should we use EOR instead of paying our remote employees as independent contractors?2024-06-12T09:30:33+00:00

Using an EOR ensures compliance with local labour laws, reducing the risk of employee misclassification and associated legal issues.

How do you ensure legal compliance in different countries?2024-06-12T09:31:07+00:00

The EOR leverages local legal expertise and a global network to ensure compliance with the labour laws and regulations in each country.

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