Working with Foothold America

Working with Foothold America could help your business to lower costs, improve efficiency and reduce risk – key benefits if you’re thinking of expanding your business to the USA. But, it’s only natural that you’ll have some questions first. On this page, you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions about working with Foothold America. Take a look at the answers below to see if we can answer your query. Of course, if there’s anything else you’d like to know, please contact us here.

How often will I hear from Foothold America? Will I need to sign a contract with Foothold America? Do my US employees sign a contract with Foothold America or my business? Will I have a dedicated account manager from Foothold America? Who can I contact at Foothold America if I have any questions? Is Foothold America responsible for the professional development of my US worker? Will Foothold America conduct performance reviews for my US workers? What can I do if I am unhappy with the choice of employee Foothold America has made my for business? What can I do if I am unhappy with the performance of my American employees? What happens if I want to withdraw from the US market but I have a contract with Foothold America? What is Alacrita and how does it fit in with Foothold America? How can Foothold America help my business? Will it really be like having our own employees? How does Foothold America help my US employees to understand my business? How many employees can I hire in the US through Foothold America? Will Foothold America recruit employees on my behalf? Can I be involved with the recruitment of my American employees with Foothold America? Will Foothold America interview employees on my behalf? Will Foothold America fire employees on my behalf? Is it cheaper to hire employees through Foothold America or should I hire them directly? How easily can I end my contract with Foothold America? How much will it cost to work with Foothold America? What if my business fails in the USA? Will Foothold America manage employees on my behalf?

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