The Roadmap to Effectively Supporting a Global Workforce

Learn about common spend management challenges, and discover best practices for consolidating expenses, enforcing policies, issuing corporate cards, and more.


Peter Barko

Global Solutions Manager


Alex Lane

EOR Solutions Expert


Key Takeaways


The best talent doesn’t live in one place anymore.

Companies expand their talent pool when they can hire international employees. It also gives recruiters a competitive edge and can better enable cost-effective hiring.


EORs exist to make HR teams more efficient, and reduce risk.

Complicated labor, payroll, and tax laws differ by region, creating a big challenge for HR teams to manage by themselves. An EOR is a third-party that serves as the legal hiring entity for your global workforce, handling hiring, payroll compensation, benefits, taxes, and more.


Many global payroll providers are faking it.

They are actually payroll aggregators that stitch together third-party vendors in every country and manually process your payroll through them, resulting in frequent delays and errors, and loss of flexibility.


When you’re not tied to one office or location, options open up. A lot of great talent starts looking for flexible, remote opportunities, and recruiters gain a competitive edge when they can support the location needs of the talent.

Peter Barko

Global Solutions Manager at Rippling

With so much complexity, it can be easy for under-resourced HR and Legal teams to overlook key compliance issues and rack up fines in the process.

Peter Barko

Global Solutions Manager at Rippling

Good software should maintain the underlying data model for each country separately, so you don’t have to rely on custom workarounds that take time to set up and break often.

Alex Lane

EOR Solutions Expert at Rippling

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