Page content Explore the global workplace As employees and businesses embrace its benefits, remote and globally distributed working is becoming the norm. The talent you seek could be almost anywhere worldwide. Before you commit to binding decisions, our remote working country reports reveal the key employment engagement issues, laws, and landscape in any territory where your people could work. The country reports identify risks based on an analysis of the fundamentals employers need to know: the ease or difficulty of hiring and firing, whether a local legal entity set-up is required and an indication of what employer-related costs you can expect. Tailored reports to suit your business needs Prospect Receive our in-depth report covering 13 countries we have identified as talent hotspots for emerging tech/life science companies: Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, and the USA. Pinpoint Name any country or countries worldwide that you’re interested in, we’ll then investigate and report back on their employment laws and landscape. Like the UK Government’s foreign travel system, we rate each jurisdiction’s employment risk assessment as Red, Amber, and Green – Red being high risk and Green the lowest risk. Testing the water If you don’t have specific countries in mind or require a steer on the issues involved, you can download our checklist for engaging global remote workers to provide you with the key legal and practical points to consider when hiring abroad. Tell me more For more information, please get in touch with a member of our global employment team or fill in the form below.