HR outsourcing in the U.S.A means you can have staff and a presence in one of the biggest markets in the world, without having to go through the legalities of setting up a separate entity in the country. Many companies use HR outsourcing to grow their businesses in the U.S. and test the market before diving deeper into the market.
Additionally, outsourcing HR can assist smaller businesses by avoiding the hassles and manpower needed to manage HR in foreign lands. When you outsource your HR you can ensure your employees can focus on your core business and not administrative tasks.
The U.S. especially can be an HR burden due to the different laws and regulations on a city and state level, but with NNRoad your company can have a flexible international expansion strategy through our HR outsourcing services.
Overview of HR laws and regulations in the U.S.A
The United States Department of Labor oversees and enforces more than 180 federal laws governing workplace activities for about 10 million employers and 125 million workers. These include:
- Wages and hours
- Workplace safety and health
- Workers’ compensation
- Employee benefit security
- Family and medical leave act
- and more; for a full summary of the major laws of the Department of Labor visit their website.