Frequently Asked Questions
An EoR is a company that serves as the employer for tax purposes while the employee performs work at a different company. The EoR takes on the legal and formal responsibility of traditional employment regulatory obligations. An EoR also manages social security, pensions, IP protection, etc on your behalf.
Any company that wishes to hire in a foreign country without their own legal entity can consider using an Employer of Record. This method also mitigates against misclassification risks associated with contractors and provides better IP protection.
Companies use an EoR service to manage labor compliance in a foreign country and better management of their distributed teams. Companies require distributed teams to access a wider talent pool or for market expansion. We also protect you against permanent establishment risk.
Multiplier provides a full compensation package including statutory leave, insurance, benefits, social security and pension payments, etc. They are treated as full time employees by us and you.
Your company can be almost anywhere in the world, with the exception of sanctioned countries. We cover more than 50 countries across various geographies and are constantly working to expand our footprint.
Yes, your company’s IP rights, assignment of inventions and similar are all protected when employing through Multiplier. As a result, we are also able to legally act on your behalf to manage nefarious activities committed by your staff employed under us.
Your payments are processed securely, via our payment partners, with the necessary regulatory licenses in all our supported countries. Please reach out to us for more information.
Multiplier allows you as an employer the flexibility and expediency in hiring the right people for your company. Multiplier offers a wealth of regional human resources & labor law expertise, supported by a first-in-class platform that is cost efficient.
Yes, ESOPs can be issued to your staff in most jurisdictions with ease. Contact us for a more detailed understanding of how you can leverage a strong incentive plan to get better talent.