🌎 International job offers
If you are remotely joining an internationally-based company, you’ll need to either be hired through the employer’s entity set up in your country of residence or through an Employer of Record (EOR) for tax purposes. This is nothing to be concerned about. It’s just so you and your employer are in line with tax laws. Some EOR companies you can familiarise yourself with:
If you feel unsure of any of the details, arrange a time to chat with the hiring manager to fully understand how you’ll be employed. Send them your questions beforehand. Sometimes they’ll need to gather information from external sources, such as their EOR partner.
Download this resource for common questions about being hired through an EOR partner.
If you are relocating internationally, you’ll need to address multiple administrative tasks, such as setting up a bank account and finding accommodation, all before you begin your new role. Remember to ask your new employer for advice and support where you need it, and keep them updated on the process so they know when you’ll be able to start.