What Administrative Tasks Will an EOR Handle for Your Company?

An employer of record (EOR) is a third-party vendor that specializes in handling many of the tedious but critically important back-office tasks that keep your business running smoothly. These companies can free your business teams up to focus on growing your business or building a culture that attracts top candidates. EORs also eliminate some of the […]

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How to Hire US Employees without a US Entity

Explain the desire for many foreign companies to enter the us market and their challenges due to not having a US entity. (common situations – wanting to hire a US Sales person to sell in the US). Explain things they should think about like tax implications, foreign laws (US laws), and other challenges. The answer is […]

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Do Contract Workers Get Health Insurance?

The Affordable Care Act requires any company with more than 50-employees to offer healthcare benefits. This includes staffing agencies. How does this work, though, if you hire contractors through FoxHire? What benefits does FoxHire offer candidates and how can it help your company attract talent?  Health Insurance, Contractors, and Your Business  Health insurance is a huge attractant for potential talent. […]

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Companies Are Beginning to Mandate COVID Vaccines for Employees

Since COVID vaccines hit the market and businesses have reopened, many employers have considered and implemented requirements that employees get the shot. Vaccine mandates are highly controversial; including President Biden’s mandate requiring 100 million Americans working for the federal government to receive the shot. The rules also require healthcare facilities that receive federal Medicare or Medicaid dollars to have to be vaccinated—to […]

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The Reality Every Company Needs to Face During the Great Resignation of 2021

They’re calling it the “Great Resignation of 2021.” Millions of workers—four million alone in April—quit their jobs this year. When you combine April with May and June, the number jumps to more than 11 million people. The global pandemic created the time and space at home where people began to rethink their job priorities and what matters […]

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How Working With an EOR Can Reduce Any Co-Employment Risks

Co-employment brings risk. It’s an area of the law where Common Law Rules for contract labor are just as binding as the actual regulatory environment. Perhaps more concerning, as more independent contractors emerge, the laws are changing frequently and often at the state level. What are the risks of co-employment? How can an EOR help?  Understanding Co-Employment  […]

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5 Questions to Ask Before Choosing an EOR

Your employer of record (EOR) company serves as the critical front line between you and your employees. They are often responsible for managing your compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory laws governing payroll, benefits, and HR. It’s a hugely complex understanding filled with risk—which is exactly why you should ask these five questions before […]

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The Growing Role of Human Resources in Every Company

Human resources, or HR, likes at the heart of every business. Why? Because it’s your people that keep your company moving forward. But managing your ever-changing and growing workforce can be incredibly complex. That’s what makes HR so important. This blog will help you understand why companies are increasingly depending on their HR teams and […]

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What Is a Prevailing Wage & How Is It Calculated?

As if paying your employees wasn’t complicated enough, in 2016 the federal government set rules requiring that construction workers on specific public projects and in specific job categories be paid the same rate. This rate varies by state. This blog will help you understand the concept of prevailing wage and the ramifications at the state level […]

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Are 1099 Employees Covered by Workers Comp?

In 2018, NPR reported that nearly one in 10 Americans ware 1099 contractors. That increased to 30% by 2019, and by all accounts, the number continues to rise. This creates a dilemma for employers tasked with dealing with the tax and labor status of a diverse workforce. How can you be sure you’re treating your 1099 employees fairly under the letter […]

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