Have questions? Ask us!

hero

Looking to hire an employee overseas?

Let us do it for you. 

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 remote employees. 

Learn moreContact Us

About Shield GEO

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.

Global Employment Solutions

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

What our customers say

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

Making international employment simple

Get information about payroll, immigration, visas, employment laws in...

Who we work with

  • Remote Workers Weigh In: How do you manage working with teams across time zones?

    In a bid to cover some remote worker FAQs, through our new series, ‘Remote Workers Weigh In,’ we’ll be asking our team some of the most asked questions about what it’s really like to be a remote worker.  When you decentralize the workplace, employees and new hires can be totally location independent, meaning your colleagues…


    Read More...
  • An Employer’s Guide to Social Security in Italy

    There are a wide variety of social security programs around the world, which differ depending on how each country approaches offering and funding employee benefits and pensions.  Countries that rely on free-market approaches to items like health care and pensions will have lower rates than countries that have a more nationalized or subsidized system. Like…


    Read More...
  • A Guide to Travel and Mileage Reimbursement in India

    When your employees abroad have to travel for work purposes, they will expect to be reimbursed for expenses.  Each country will have some rules and limitations on what can be reimbursed tax-free, and which items will be considered to be a taxable benefit to the employee. India has its own set of travel reimbursement rules…


    Read More...
  • Paternity Leave in Australia: A Guide for Overseas Employers

    When an employee has a new child, many countries will offer statutory leave and payments to one or both of the new parents.  Maternity leave for the mother is the benefit most familiar to employers, but there may also be a paternity leave entitlement for the father or partner of the mother.  Paid leave may…


    Read More...
  • Hiring Remote Workers in India: A Guide for UK Employers

    For a UK Employer, there are many advantages to hiring an employee based in India. The talent pool is large to choose from, and in business culture, English is the main language used. There are, however, differences in culture that are important to know when developing a business relationship. Knowing these differences can enhance the…


    Read More...
  • A Guide to Holiday Leave Entitlements in the Netherlands

    Holiday leave is an essential benefit, especially for EU-based employees where a full month off in the summer is common and expected.  This could come as a surprise to employers in countries like the US, who now have to plan around this statutory entitlement. The Netherlands is no exception and does have generous leave entitlement,…


    Read More...
  • What’s the Future of Compensation in Remote Teams? 

    Setting compensation is something every employer has to consider and the decisions they make ultimately affect everyone they will go on to hire. This makes deciding how to approach compensation complicated no matter the makeup of your team, but with more companies embracing remote-friendly policies and expanding their hiring pool internationally, the layers of complexity…


    Read More...
  • How to Continue Paying Your Employees When Closing an Overseas Branch

    Companies with overseas branches can run into situations where they need to downsize their operations or make other adjustments that could affect their current employees.  There are numerous reasons that can occur that have nothing to do with the employees’ work performance, such as political instability, change in regional focus or business efficiency. One of…


    Read More...
  • Considering the Ethics of Hiring in Lower-Cost Locations

    Setting compensation is something every employer has to consider and the decisions they make ultimately affect everyone they will go on to hire. This makes deciding how to approach compensation complicated no matter the makeup of your team, but with more companies embracing remote-friendly policies and expanding their hiring pool internationally, the layers of complexity…


    Read More...
  • Maternity Leave Benefits in India: A Guide for Overseas Employers

    Offering maternity leave is an essential benefit for your employees that are new mothers, but if you are employing abroad you will find many different types and amounts of leave entitlements.  Most of these are statutory and will need to be factored into the cost of employment and employee availability prior to and following birth….


    Read More...