What is EOR?
The Staffing Industry Analyst defines EOR as –“an employer for tax purposes while an employee performs work for the client, such as a staffing firm or other business. An employer of record handles all personnel functions, including payroll processing and funding; tax deposits and filing; and employment contracts and paperwork. Maintaining a Certificate of Insurance, I-9, and E-Verify forms; unemployment insurance; and workers’ compensation are done.
Problems can arise where two (or more) recruitment agencies pursue one hirer for an introduction fee in relation to the placement of a permanent candidate. In this blog we look at some of the issues arising and who gets paid!
For a successful content marketing strategy, you need to use the right keywords for recruitment agencies, and then apply them effectively. This can be difficult to get to grips with at first, however it is a crucial step to master in content writing, as without the correct keywords, your carefully crafted blog post risks being lost in the depths of Google!
In this blog post we will look to explore the ins and outs of what an agent of record (AOR) is, and give you more understanding about how you can effectively leverage an agent of record as part of your contingent workforce strategy.
if you are an EU citizen, or a citizen of a country in the EEA (Iceland, Lichtenstein or Norway) or Switzerland, you have certain residency rights in Ireland depending on what you are doing there. You are able to work, either employed or self – employed in Ireland as an EU citizen.
The prospect of higher wages and interesting career opportunities attracts highly skilled professionals from other countries, in particular the border countries. While many of them have made Switzerland their second home, they took the opportunity during the pandemic and continued working from their home country.
New data reveals that HR vacancies are on track to be up by 13.5% on 2021, with the profession becoming a priority area for businesses to recruit for. That’s according to recent research from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo).