Sending employees to South America means allocating significant resources toward complex administrative tasks, and keeping abreast of mutable, foreign regulations. Skimping on these efforts can dramatically heighten your company’s risks, but internal resources are often better spent on high value business goals and strategies. Outsourcing employment in South America means reducing, or even eliminating, most of your company’s liability, while streamlining administrative tasks and disencumbering internal staff. The most efficient way to do this is through a management company.
Employment outsourcing in South America
Managing expatriate resources involves a steady supply of administrative encumbrances; many of these burdens, such as tax regulations, frequently change. Consequently, a company must devote resources toward resolving complex administrative issues, as well as staying up-to-date with how these administrative duties might change.
We help companies expand internationally by streamlining administrative burdens and outsourcing them to our local partners in South America.
Human resources outsourcing
Companies are often better served by devoting human resources to more strategic, higher-value business goals. However, international assignments demand numerous complex functions.
Even in the largest corporations, it’s unrealistic to expect in-house resources to perform all of these functions. In order to get the highest value from international assignments, companies need to separate strategic, commercially sensitive functions from those that can be outsourced to a specialist provider.
Management companies in South America
Management companies in South America act as de facto employers, assuming legal responsibility for your employees. As their “employer,” we can sponsor employees’ Work Permits, which minimises waiting times and administrative burdens. Our partners in South America also specialise in local tax law and ensure total tax compliance. These services allow your company to focus less on administrative leg work and more on the higher value business strategies of international expansion.