PEO Worldwide have significant expertise delivering flexible, affordable and fully-compliant PEO services throughout the world.
As a leading global employment outsourcing provider, and unrivalled Employer of Record, we offer bespoke and comprehensive Global PEO Services including Payroll & Legal support, so you can expand your business into new markets seamlessly.
Payroll, employment legislation, employee benefits and even local customs vary greatly from country to country. At PEO Worldwide, we have the in-house expertise that ensures your business stays fully-compliant across a multitude of territories.
So if you are a business looking to hire overseas, or you need to transition your existing employees into a fully-managed PEO Service, get in touch with PEO Worldwide today and discuss your global ambitions for the future.
At PEO Worldwide we understand that people are the most important part of any business. That is why we have developed a global approach to employment outsourcing, that is fully compliant within the territories we serve.
When you appoint us as your legal Employer of Record, 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.
So whether you require a single salesperson in Belgium, to five hundred developers in Singapore, our approach to global employment outsourcing enables us to employ, payroll and manage your workforce so you don’t have to.
Leverage the power of our global talent pool with a global consultancy service to match.
At PEO Worldwide we understand that people are the most important part of your business. We take the time to understand your requirements and define your short or long-term objectives. This means we can deliver on both urgent, one-off projects, as well as more complex, longer-term projects.
Our consultants will become a trusted part of your business, so that they can be relied upon to deliver projects for you with ease.
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.