Have a question? You might find the answer in our most commonly asked questions below.
The employer of record handles all of the employee’s personnel and administrative functions (e.g., payroll, timesheets, benefits administration, tax paperwork, etc.), while the client company provides the day-to-day supervision of the employee and guidance on the scope of work that needs to be performed.
We save you time, money, and mitigate your risk through our EOR platform. We will operate as the Employer of Record for an employee while the employee performs work at a different client company. We handle all of the employment tasks such as onboarding, payroll, workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance, health benefits, etc.
We make sure that the employee W-2 employment paperwork is electronically completed in our online Portal. The appropriate summary data that you need to know about your FoxHire employees is shared in the online Portal.
Here are a few things that we do:
We place most types of technical and professional workers found in the USA, including healthcare workers. Here’s a list of some of our recent job titles we have placed:
Recruiters and staffing professionals use our proprietary Ballpark Quote Tool in the Recruiter Portal to determine what you and we will earn on each of your contract placements. All fees are clearly spelled out, so that you will know exactly what every dollar in a contract placement pays for.
For example: Every contract placement is different and depends upon the type of work the employee will be performing, the state and the environment where the work is being performed, and the miscellaneous Placement Add-Ons that you task us perform on your behalf.
The amount of money you can earn placing contract workers is virtually unlimited. The more employees you place, the more money you will earn. Your profit per placement is dependent upon your ability to negotiate high bill rates to your clients. Here is an example:
If a recruiter has ten (10) active employees who are working 40 hours per week for 52 weeks at an average profit per hour of $12/hour, the annual profit for the recruiter will be $249,600.
$12/hour X 10 active employees = $120/hour
$120/hour X 40 hours/week = $4,800
$4,800 X 52 weeks = $249,600 of annual recruiter income
No! Your business is your business, including your clients and candidates. If you were to ever leave us, we would be sad to see you go. However, you would be able to take your clients and candidates with you to a new EOR or to bring them in house under your own back office.
After 3 decades of placing 25,000+ employees across the USA, we know many contract and remote placements come with unique circumstances that must happen in order to “close the deal.” Here are some of the more common add-ons that we regularly handle:
Depending on the scenario and what you permit to happen, reimbursement of a employee’s expenses is highly automated and generally follows this path:
Non-US employees are typically provided healthcare coverage through state/government sponsored programs. This varies by country, and can also be supplemented with private insurance in some locations.
Our pricing model will be a flat monthly fee on top of payroll and statutory costs for each employee. This fee may vary by region.
While we operate as a direct employer in the USA, we use a network of in country partners to deliver payroll and compliance support in all of our internationally supported locations.
Statutory costs generally refer to any employer taxes, insurance, or employment liability costs. These costs can differ by region and may also include set up fees and deposits to cover liabilities for applicable severance pay and notice period costs.
We, and or our partners, will pay each employee in the local currency based on region.
We will bill every client in USD.