A global increase in recruiting remote talent
More and more companies around the world are recruiting remote talent. Its predecessors seem to be growing fastest in Latin America (161%), followed by Asia (159%). The EMEA region grew by 155% and the Americas by 149%. Argentina, Philippines, India, United Kingdom and USA are the most attractive countries for recruiting talent.
Given the high demand for employees and the scarcity of available candidates, companies are looking beyond their own national borders to find the best talent. As a result, there has been a shift to low-cost countries that have led to salary increases around the world, particularly in Italy (175%), Brazil (174%) and India (158%). The Netherlands is 7th out of 10 with 155%.
Despite the harsh ‘crypto winter’, crypto payments are still a growing payment method. 5% of companies Deal works with will pay their employees in crypto this year. It was only 2% last year. Latin America (67%) and the EMEA region (24%) appear to be most likely to accept payments in crypto, with Bitcoin (47%) being the most popular, followed by USDC at 29%.
Popular fields and regions
Jobs in software developers and manufacturing or design fields are very popular among remote workers. The most popular cities are London, Toronto and Buenos Aires.
Estonia, Sweden and Switzerland are the fastest growing countries in the EMEA region for hiring remote workers. Ukraine appears in the top three most popular countries in EMEA for renting a remote for the first time, followed by the United Kingdom. After all, Italy, Nigeria and the Netherlands saw the largest average salary increases for all job titles. This is mainly found in teaching (150%), content (133%) and assistant (105%), activities.
Conclusion of the press release
area, the leading global HRTech platform, simplifies administrative and legal matters related to remote workforce hiring and payroll. Share’s technology provides payroll, human resources, compliance, employee benefits and other capabilities needed to hire and manage remotely.
Using a digital self-service platform, Deal’s clients can hire freelancers and full-time employees in more than 150 countries in minutes, in compliance with local laws and regulations. With over 250 legal, accounting, operational and tax professionals as partners, Share enables any business to draft, sign and send local contracts and pay teams in over 120 currencies, including crypto, with a single click. Share, founded in 2019 by Alex Boucis and Shuo Wang, is a fully distributed company with employees in over 56 countries and has recently expanded to the Netherlands.
About the report: ‘Global Hiring Status 2022’
Share helps companies recruit, hire and pay people in other countries. Using 100k+ contracts in 150 countries and more than 500,000 salary data from Deal and third-party sources, Deal sheds light on which countries around the world are hiring, who is being hired for which jobs and how this phenomenon is affecting global payments and salaries. Trends will be tracked for six months from January to June 2022, and there are more than 20 countries representing employer-employee agreements at the time of publication.
About Dennis Walkema
Tennis He has worked in the world of HR and talent management for over 25 years, where he has held various consulting and management positions. When Denise was asked to build and lead the Benelux team and embark on the rocketship of Deal, the world’s fastest growing technology company, she couldn’t refuse this unique opportunity. He and his team have the background and expertise to support companies hiring anyone, anywhere, in minutes.
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