How we help employers

Contractor Taxation offers comprehensive solutions for employers sending staff overseas. Your company may be trying to establish payroll for staff in a country where you don’t have a local office, or you may not want to run payroll in-house. You may have concerns about visas for existing staff or bringing in new foreign workers yourself.

Regardless of your situation, we provide information and advice for employers looking to select the right contractor management company for their overseas assignment. Through extensive research and experience, we have developed a network of reliable suppliers that span almost every country in the world.

We can address concerns such as:

  • What should you look for in a contractor management company?
  • How can you minimise your risk and exposure?
  • What is the time frame for getting started with a management company?
  • What should you look for in a contractor management company?
  • How can you minimise your risk and exposure?
  • What happens if you or your client are investigated?
  • Are they able to deal with any enquiries?
  • Do they answer your phone calls?
  • Are you protected against legislative changes?
  • How quickly can you get staff on-site?

With a strong commitment to facilitating international specialist work, we listen to employers’ needs and circumstances. We use our industry experience to expertly match them with the most efficient solution, and put them in touch with the appropriate local supplier. All of our advice and services are free, and we do not forward anyone’s details without his or her explicit permission. Our assistance does not obligate you to anything.


What happens when you contact us?

We respond to you within a few hours. We do this by phone, but email is an option, depending on your preference. At this point, we generally need to ask for more information, although many factors will depend on the kind of services you need and the requirements of the country.

The information we need generally includes:

  • What is your employee’s job title, nationality, salary, and professional qualifications?
  • Will your employee be travelling alone or with dependants?
  • When is your employee’s start date?
  • How long is the assignment?
  • What kind of insurance do you need?
  • What are the country and currency in which you will be making payments?

After we understand your circumstances, we check your needs against the information and solutions we already have. Then, we gather specific details on the solution as it applies to you and send you a breakdown of information, such as how much it will cost, the steps required and a more precise timeframe.

If you’re satisfied with the solution, we introduce you to our supplier directly and follow up with you throughout the process to ensure your needs are being met.


Common questions from employers

Is your partner reliable? Is the solution proven?

In short, yes. Before partnering with anyone, we scrutinize their solutions for compliance and consistency. We do this through an extensive process beforehand, but we also monitor our partners’ performance via feedback from clients and contractors. This feedback helps our partners adjust their methods and improve their performance.

If a supplier is not performing reliably, we end the partnership.

Who else is using it?

Each month, we help dozens of companies make sense of their options. 90% of those companies find their experience with our services to be helpful, while over a quarter go on to use solutions provided by our suppliers.  We can simplify the complications of overseas contracts, saving your company time, money, and resources that are better applied to more strategic goals.

Read about others’ experiences with us by checking out our case studies.

Case studies

See our services in action with case studies from China, Australia, Algeria, Canada, and Japan.