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Establishing a global entity can be time-consuming, confusing and a drain on resources. Shield GEO makes international employment simple. 

We’ll handle all the local requirements for payroll, tax and compliance, and leave you to do what you do best – manage your employees. 

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About ShieldGEO

Hiring overseas can be risky and complicated, especially without an entity in place. Looking for a better way to employ someone in a new country? Shield GEO makes international employment simple.

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ShieldGEO Global Employment Solutions can help you do business globally. We can help you:

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I’m very happy with your service and the process. We would have been totally lost without the help and assistance from Shield GEO.

Lorraine Logan – Gardner Denver

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    One of the enticing elements of working remotely is having the freedom to create and tailor your work environment to your individual requirements. This means playing music as loudly as you want and setting the A/C just right, but it’s also about choosing a set up that promotes productivity. Without others around, it’s easy to […]


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  • Maternity Leave in Israel: A Guide for Overseas Employers

    There are different types of benefits offered to employees that you hire in foreign countries, and those may be more or less generous than those in your home country.  Maternity leave is an important benefit for your employees, and the rules about the amount of leave and how much is paid need to be known […]


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  • Working From Home Week at ShieldGEO

    Every time I share that I work from home, I am guaranteed to get one of two responses. One, a deep groan followed by some iteration of ‘you’re so lucky!’ or ‘what a dream!’. The other, a shake of the head and a ‘I would never get anything done!’ To be fair, both can be […]


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  • 5 Things to Consider When Employing in Australia

    Employing workers in Australia may be very different from what you are used to in your own country, given the unique tax, payroll and leave rules that you will need to follow.  This can be a real burden to an HR department unfamiliar with Australian employment and labor laws, and you may want a third […]


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  • Working Women Overseas: Meet Nancy Settle-Murphy

    In response to PwC’s findings that women have a lack of role models in the global mobility sector, we’re showcasing positive stories of women who’ve lived and worked internationally. While each experience is unique, every story maintains a common thread of deep personal growth, which has had a lasting impact throughout the lives of each […]


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  • Women Working Overseas: The Need for Female Role Models in Global Mobility

    In our current cultural climate, you’d be hard-pressed to find a corporate HR or marketing department that hasn’t thrown around the terms’ gender diversity’, ‘equality’ or ‘inclusivity’. Buzzwords and goodwill campaigns, while generating much-needed exposure, often have the unfortunate result of assuming all is now well. Unfortunately, we still have a long way to go […]


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  • Women Working Overseas: Meet Sparkle Hayter

    In response to PwC’s findings that women have a lack of role models in the global mobility sector, we’re showcasing positive stories of women who’ve lived and worked internationally. While each experience is unique, every story maintains a common thread of deep personal growth, which has had a lasting impact throughout the lives of each of the […]


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  • How do you Terminate an Overseas Employee in China?

    A major compliance concern for multinational companies is how to handle termination of overseas employees.  Failure to follow local guidelines can have consequences for the company, such as fines, employee payments and even reinstatement.  This holds true in China which has a myriad of rules depending on the circumstances surrounding the termination.  Every employee in […]


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  • Women Working Overseas: Meet Rebecca Lane

    In response to PwC’s findings that women have a lack of role models in the global mobility sector, we’re showcasing positive stories of women who’ve lived and worked internationally. While each experience is unique, every story maintains a common thread of deep personal growth, which has had a lasting impact throughout the lives of each […]


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  • Women Working Overseas: Meet Catherine Eddy

    In response to PwC’s findings that women have a lack of role models in the global mobility sector, we’re showcasing positive stories of women who’ve lived and worked internationally. While each experience is unique, every story maintains a common thread of deep personal growth, which has had a lasting impact throughout the lives of each […]


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