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Employer Of Record

What is an Employer of Record Service Provider?

An Employer of Record (EOR) service provider is a company that acts as the legal employer of a worker or group of workers on behalf of another company. The EOR is responsible for tasks such as payroll processing, benefits administration, tax compliance, and other Human Resource related functions.

This service can be helpful in situations where a company wants to expand its operations to a new country or region but is unaware of the local employment laws and regulations. The EOR takes on the responsibility of hiring, onboarding, and managing employees, ensuring that they comply with local labor laws and regulations.

As an Employer of Record service provider BrightR manages the employment relationship, from onboarding to termination. This allows our customers to focus on their core business, while we handle the administrative details.
Overall, BrightR’s EOR service offering is a valuable solution for companies that want to expand their workforce without assuming the legal and administrative responsibilities of employing staff in different regions.

How it Works

Get started

Kickstart the process at BrightR by sharing key details about the new role and the desired onboarding timeline, allowing us to seamlessly initiate the next chapter with the new team member.

We utilize the information you provide to create a personalized quote that caters to your specific needs and requested services at BrightR.
Agreements come to life when your company and BrightR join forces, sealing the deal with a signature. At BrightR, we’re dedicated to making the process seamless and efficient, empowering you to focus on what truly matters for your business.
we look after the rest

All of your HR needs are taken care of, from employment agreements and onboarding to benefits and retirement savings. We make sure that everything runs smoothly so you can focus on what matters most to you. With our expertise and dedication, you can trust us to handle the ongoing HR tasks with utmost efficiency.

Let BrightR look after the rest.

Frequently Asked Questions


Are work permits required?

A common question is whether or not a work permit is required for the Country our customers are located in.

We are hiring the New Team member in Canada, as long as there is no work being done in any other countries and the new member can legally work in Canada there are no other work permits are required.


Does a local Company need to be created?

Not at all.  Your company does not have to register any local entities in Canada while workign with us.


Who is the Employer?

BrightR is the legal employer of all of the members of your remote Team we hire in Canada.


Do we need to understand local employment laws?

We look after all the local employment standards so you can focus on what you do best.

Get Started Today

Contact a member of our Sales Team who will answer any questions you have and guide you through our onboarding process.

Contact us or Schedule a Call!