Can someone else hire a US worker on my behalf?
If you’re thinking of expanding your business into the US market, you can appoint someone to hire American workers on your behalf. Companies such as Foothold America hire employees for you so that you do not need to establish an entity in the US.
Someone else can hire a US worker on your behalf. This is what Foothold America can do, employing the right staff for you and providing HR support and compliance for the US market. Employees can work full time for your company, carry your company’s business card and have your company’s email address. Alacrita (Foothold America’s parent company) will manage payroll and benefits for the employee. It will be like having your own US employee, but without the hassle of managing HR logistics.
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