Why Most HR Professionals Are Overwhelmed With European Start Ups

Why most HR professionals are overwhelmed with European Start Ups

“Why most HR professionals are overwhelmed with European Start Ups, Expansions and Merger & Acquisitions? And on the Path of insecurity and need for validation … And what to do about it?” 

If you are feeling overwhelmed, confused, frustrated, or even a little scared …. If you are working harder than ever, and seeing less results …if you are not 100% crystal clear on exactly how to get your answers to resolve your International complexities around legal, compensation & benefits structures, talent management execution, merger & acquisition, policies & procedures …

You are about to discover how Europe HR Solutions will provide you with an instant overview of resolutions to your International HR complexities.

With 27 member countries and a population of nearly half a billion, the European Union is the world’s third largest population after China and India.

The EU strategy for creating growth and jobs in a sustainable manner, promotes innovation within businesses and investment in people to create a knowledge based society. The focus is on lifelong learning and promoting research and development.

The Union’s long tradition of ensuring a decent working environment throughout EU and of protecting worker’s rights continues to hold good.

There are 27 specific and different country national rules and legal structures on working conditions, collective redundancies, full-time, part-time and temporary work, health and safety at work, maternity and parental leave, benefits & insurances packages, payroll & tax execution.

Social dialogue between worker representatives and employers is also a cornerstone of EU policy. Sound labour relations strengthen worker protection, while at the same time contributing to competitiveness.

The EU has also advanced social welfare systems and there is no question of jettisoning these. EU leaders have also agreed that pensions and quality health care are basic rights.

Across the EU, common legislation outlaws discrimination on the basis of gender, racial or ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief.

And on the Path of insecurity and need for validation …

Your CEO has decided to start, expand or acquire your business internationally. In the meanwhile you know that you are dealing with 27 different legislations, tax regimes, cultures and languages.

There is a wealth of information out there ….

  • Who will help you on recruiting the right & successful people?
  • Who will help you identifying the appropriate legal requirements?
  • Who will help you hiring your first employee?
  • Who will help you to understand & implement benefits & insurances structures?
  • Who will help you implementing your M&A internationally?
  • Who will help you setting up international payroll services?
  • Who will help you designing and implementing local employee handbooks, policies & procedures?
  • Who will assist you with all of your ad hoc HR local country questions?

You have found at least a dozen separate firms who can help you with each one of these questions and issues you are having. Maybe you have some experience already, but you never had the opportunity to validate your actions? How much budget did you get from your CEO just to get the information you need to start your project?

And what to do about it?

What if you could rely on 1 boutique firm who can solve all of your issues? Europe-HR-Solutions is offering a ONE STOP HR SHOP to all of your immediate, mid and long term HR needs in the whole of Europe.


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