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Global Employer of Record in Ireland
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Businesses in the process of expanding globally often face challenges when it comes to compliantly onboarding employees in foreign countries. In most cases, legal compliance requires the establishment of a legal in-country business entity, a complex, costly and time-consuming process that many employers are not ready to undertake.
To help your organization legally onboard and payroll a workforce in Ireland, Acumen International offers a global employment solution via our Global Employer of Record / EOR designed to help you circumvent the legalities of direct hiring, eliminating the need for you to establish a legal entity in Irelandin order to conduct business there.
Spotlight on Ireland:
Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic, western Europe. It is separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George’s Channel. Ireland is divided between the Republic of Ireland (officially named Ireland), which covers five-sixths of the island, and Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom. Ireland is a small, modern, trade-dependent economy. The greatest risks to the economy are the UK’s departure from the European Union (“Brexit”) in March 2019, possible changes to international taxation policies that could affect Ireland’s revenues, and global trade pressures.
- Capital: Dublin
- Official language: English (official, the language generally used), Irish (Gaelic or Gaeilge) (official, spoken by approximately 40% of the population; mainly spoken in areas along Ireland’s western coast known as gaeltachta, which are officially recognized regions where Irish is the predominant language). In general, employment contracts are written in English.
- Population: 5.224.884 (July 2021).
- Labor force: 2.289 million (2020).
- Local currency: Euro (EUR). Ireland was among the initial group of 12 EU nations that began circulating the euro on 1 January 2002.
- Minimum statutory salary: The minimum wage increased to €10.20 per hour from January 1st 2021. The national minimum wage applies to full-time, part-time, temporary and casual employees. Employees must be given pay-slips showing their wages and any deductions made. Sectoral employment orders (SEOs) and registered employment agreements (REAs) set out minimum wages in certain sectors that differ to the national minimum wage. The Payment of Wages Act 1991 gives all employees a right to a pay slip which will show the gross wage and details of all deductions made by his or her employer.
- Salary currency: There is no requirement under the legislation as to the currency in which wages must be paid. However, it is generally assumed that wages will be paid in the currency of the jurisdiction, in this case in Euro.
- Most developing industries: Agriculture remains a key sector as the government seeks to strengthen its role in the economy by modernizing it and transforming the food processing industries (beef, dairy, potatoes, barley, wheat, pig, sheep and cereals). Ireland’s recent industrial development was achieved through a deliberate policy of promoting advanced export-oriented enterprises, and partly through attractive offers for investors.Textiles, chemicals and electronics have performed particularly well. Banking and finance have grown to such an extent that Dublin counts now as an important international financial centre, while tourism has become an important source of foreign exchange earnings.
- Trading partners: The top export partners are the United States, Belgium, Germany, the UK, China, Netherlands with such commodities as medical cultures/vaccines, nitrogen compounds, packaged medicines, integrated circuits, scented mixtures. The key countries for impot are the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, Netherlands, France. Import commodities include aircraft, computers, packaged medicines, refined petroleum, medical cultures/vaccines.
Acumen International offers a global PEO and payroll solution to take care of all the details of payroll while ensuring full compliance with in-country labor and taxation laws. To get more information about Acumen’s Global PEO and payroll service in Ireland click here.
Employ your Selected Workforce via Acumen Employer of Record / EOR in Ireland
As an Global Employer of Record services provider, Acumen International helps businesses to legally engage and pay their selected highly skilled professionals in Ireland.
Businesses desiring to hire local employees should be prepared to pay competitive salaries, to attract and retain the most qualified candidates. As a global employment organization, Acumen International serves both end employers and service companies representing international clients.
Acumen’s Global employment services are designed to provide our clients with professional assistance to meet their global HR needs, such as:
- Global talent acquisition and retention
- Global expansion, to help you quickly enter new global markets without legal and HR compliance risks
- Local support for international clients and their expat employees
Acumen’s Employer of Record / EOR service in Ireland offers an efficient and inexpensive alternative to direct hiring. Our employer of record solution gives companies the opportunity to operate in Ireland and in 190 international markets where we serve our clients, without registering as a local business entity.
Legally onboard and payroll employees in Ireland via Acumen Employer of Record / EOR
Acumen’s EOR global employment solution helps businesses to overcome legal challenges by hiring and compensating your local and expat workforce in Ireland on your behalf, in a risk-free and cost-effective manner.
If you are looking to reinforce your internal team with the expertise of local talent, or if you have already selected a local candidate to work for you remotely and in full legal compliance in Ireland our global EOR solution is the ideal choice for you.
You can trust Acumen to handle the global employment and HR details of your workforce management in Ireland to ensure full compliance with in-country employment laws.
Acumen’s Global Employer of Record / EOR solution was designed to help international companies like yours expand your global reach and engage the brightest global talent for your projects.
In addition to legally onboarding local citizens, we are able to organize work permits and business visa sponsorship for your expatriate team via our Global Employer of Record, and employ them on your behalf, once legal permissions have been attained.
Partner with Acumen International, and let us help you handle your global employment and HR needs. With Acumen, you can rest assured that all legal requirements are met for compliant hiring and compensating of your local and expatriate employees in Ireland, and in 190 countries worldwide where we serve our international clients.
Reduce your risks while expanding your business, without establishing your own legal entity in Ireland. Leave it to Acumen to hire and compensate your employees on your behalf, so you can focus on growing your business.