Doing Business With the Government Overseas
by NewBizResearch, Performer
- Created: December 10, 2009, 12:11 am
I am looking to start a business to provide services to the government overseas. The company will be U.S. based and have a few employees to start, mainly to manage day-to-day operations.
The intent is to employ the bulk of the labor from the country or region where the government is in need of services. The plan is to provide jobs to people in those areas that are often unemployed and in need of income.
What, if anything, would I need to do, differently or in addition to, in order to make this happen? Specifically, I'm focused on the legal and regulatory requirements of hiring local nationals to work for a U.S. company that will never touch U.S. soil during employment. Since the personnel won't be from the U.S. or pay taxes there, as an employer what am I required to do to be compliant with our laws and regulations governing hiring and labor or do most of them not apply in this situation?
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