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Globalization Partners to improve global talent hire

By Jessie Chiang
Wed 15 Jun 2022

Globalization Partners (G-P) says the global availability of its services will make it fast and simple for companies to hire anyone, anywhere in the world, as quickly and easily as they would hire talent locally.

"Globalization Partners' infrastructure comprises of a SOC-2 certified full technology stack and in-house HR, tax, and legal resources to support consistent service quality, reduced reliance on third-party ICPs, and data security," says Jeanine Crane-Thompson, Principal Research Analyst at NelsonHall, HR Technology & Services practice. 

"The company's continued commitment to technology-focused R&D, including AI integration and multicurrency payment options such as cryptocurrency, will attract current clients and prospective buyers."

Globalization Partners says it helps companies mitigate risk and manage compliance, taxes, benefits, and payroll globally without establishing in-country entities or subsidiaries. It says it offers services such as:

G-P Recruit

Globalization Partners says G-P Recruit means one contract, a simple fee structure, and a partner working in the customer's best interests, rather than needing to find, negotiate and manage multiple unknown recruitment partners. 

G-P API

The company says HR departments spend nearly 60% of their time and resources on transactional and operational tasks and activities. Even with tools and software designed to save time and improve productivity, juggling multiple dispersed platforms is time-consuming without the proper infrastructure to unify them. 

Globalization Partners says its open API makes it easier for organizations to hire and manage global talent by simplifying and automating tasks across multiple platforms, including third-party HCM solutions. This makes it possible to maintain a single source of truth for all global talent, thus reducing errors and supporting data governance processes. 

G-P Contractor

Globalization Partners says every company's global growth strategy is different, however, the key to international success is accessing global, remote talent, regardless of the employment type. Globalization Partners says G-P Contractor enables companies to hire contractors in 187 countries quickly and easily and pay them in 150 currencies. As a part of its Global Employment Platform, this offering provides support throughout the entire lifecycle of contractors hired for both short- and long-term projects. 
 
Globalization Partners chief product and strategy officer Nat Natarajan says companies need to act quickly to find, hire, and onboard the best talent wherever those individuals are based in the world.

"By continually investing in our Global Employment Platform and adding capabilities that automate global remote hiring processes, we are enabling companies to solve today's talent challenges in the global remote employment landscape and achieve their business objectives," he says.

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