In order to develop a new market, more and more companies are using social representation to recruit an employee in a country other than the country of origin of the company. This practice helps to test the market in a new country without creating any risk to company finances.
Social representation is the most appropriate solution for the companies that want to grow internationally, for example, by recruiting a local sales representative who would develop a new market, or by using an administrative assistant to handle relations with customers or suppliers.
Social representation is very simple to set up and is the most cost-effective solution for recruiting staff abroad. The representative established in the country of recruitment acts as the liaison between the local authorities and the company. All administrative formalities related to recruitment are handled by the representative:
The employee is fully employed by the company and not by the representative.
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