You want to outsource the employment of your staff abroad to a 3rd party,
but also keep them working under your management and supervision?
But can you?
The concept of outsourced employment (an employee on the rolls of one company, but functionally working for another company) is implemented very differently in the legal context of every country (particularly in Europe).
The maturity of the concept also differs greatly from country to country. Where in some countries there is explicit legal recognition of the concept, it is downright forbidden in others.
And in many countries, it is recognised only in the context of its somewhat similar, but essentially different temporary / contingent workforce / labour leasing laws. With all its particular requirements, differences and limitations.
At Parakar, we are familiar with all possible forms of implementing outsourced employment, and strive to implement the solution to your requirement in full compliance with local law.
In some countries this is a fairly easy and straightforward process. In other countries though this may require that your relationship with your employee is creatively tweaked into a form that requires you or your employee to somewhat compromise on expectations.
But we always find a way to get you going!