Are you employing individuals in different countries? If so, it’s critical to understand the potential costs associated with misclassification.
Regulators are now taking a stronger stance, imposing substantial penalties like never before. Just look at the recent case of Amazon, which misclassified delivery drivers in Spain and now faces the possibility of fines amounting to millions of dollars. While such penalties may not heavily impact a giant like Amazon, they can prove to be make-or-break for small and growing companies too.
Read our latest guide for insights and practical strategies to ensure compliance while protecting your company from costly penalties.
- Four must-haves for compliant international hiring
- Key factors to consider when employing individuals in different countries, ensuring you meet all legal requirements
- How to adhere to local tax regulations and labor relations
- Best practices for legally onboarding and offboarding employees