PEO Worldwide have significant expertise in providing PEO services throughout the world.
We are a leading provider of international employment solutions for business. We offer a global approach to outstaffing and provide international employment, payroll and benefits packages to clients and their employees globally.
Payroll, employment legislation, employee benefits, compliance and even local custom vary greatly from country to country. At PEO Worldwide we have the expertise to deliver your new hire or manage your existing workforce globally.
We deliver employed solutions for employees across the globe with both ‘off-the-shelf’ and ‘project’ approaches. From a single sales person in Belgium to five hundred developers in Singapore, PEO Worldwide supports your business allowing you to focus on your core strengths.
At PEO Worldwide we understand business and people. People are the most important part of any business and that is why we have developed a project approach to deliver tailored solutions to our clients and its workforce.
Our PRINCE2 trained consultants will identify your project goals, manage timescales and expectations whilst ensuring the delivery of your workforce where and when you need it around the world.
Right Skills, Right Place
We would never attempt to manage a company’s IT infrastructure or to run VOIP services. Nor would we believe we are able to extract oil and gas from the Arctic. We leave that to our clients as the experts in their field. Let the experts do their job, when it comes to international employment, payroll and compliance, leave that to us.
We only use professionals to deliver our employment services. From payroll professionals to in-country legal teams and human resource professionals, you can rest assured we will deliver to the highest standard. Your co-employment project will be managed by us from hire through to delivery. We understand that people are the most important resource for your business and that when engaging PEO Worldwide the highest standards of professionalism and care are a minimum requirement.
During the process of a company split up, a market leading wireless communications and broadcasting technology business identified a need to support 15 individuals working across the globe in 5 different countries. These individuals were employed by the group but were to transfer to be employees of the New co. The existing company infrastructure was to remain in the ownership of the other side of the soon to be split business.