It takes a lot of work to manage an international staff. Regrettably, there is no one set of global HR policies and practises that can take into consideration the legal needs of every nation in which you do business. Every jurisdiction has specific requirements for employers with regard to things like recruiting staff, scheduling work and paid time off, ending employment agreements, and more. These national criteria might differ greatly and are always changing.
The bottom line is that you must design and maintain locally compliant HR policies that take into account each of your employees, in all jurisdictions, across the full employee lifecycle, from contract termination to onboarding new hires, in order to be in compliance with local laws.
Included in our Access HR offerings are:
- Settling in new hires
- Assembling and keeping up with new hire paperwork
- Completing checklists for employment eligibility
- Employee enrollment in regional benefit programmes
- Carrying out new hire orientation
- Keeping track of employment agreements and records
- Managing rewards
- Taking care of paid time off
- Serving as the main point of contact for local employees with regard to HR issues
- Supporting the termination of employee
- Contracts determining severance compensation
- Coordinating benefits for workers whose contracts have been terminated.