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Argentina EOR Services

Native Teams makes hiring in Argentina simple. Let us handle your payroll, tax management, and local law compliance while you’re keeping your focus on your business’s success.

Why use an employer of record services in Argentina?

Before you hire a local workforce from Argentina, businesses need to establish a local entity in the country. This typically includes finding a physical location, registering an office address, and opening local bank accounts. Once this is settled, you must handle payroll, tax management, and HR administration, which can be daunting and time-consuming.

Native Teams can handle all of this on your behalf. You can rely on our local teams of experts for everything related to hiring and onboarding employees from Argentina while fully adhering to local employment laws.

How do EOR services in Argentina work?

When you hire through our Employer of Record Argentina solutions, the employment becomes divided between you and Native Teams.

As a legal employer of your Argentinian employees, Native Teams will take care of your payroll, taxes, administrative tasks, and local law compliance while you’re keeping the management over your business’s operations. The only obligation you’ll have will be covering the fees to the leasing company.

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Requirements for employment in Argentina

Below is a list of the most important legal requirements that employers need to fulfill to hire in Argentina:

Employment contract

Written contracts are not statutorily required, but they’re preferred to define the key terms of employment and provide legal protection.

Work permits and visas

Foreign employees in Argentina may need to obtain a work permit or visa to work legally in the country.

Tax identification number

Argentinian employees must obtain a tax identification number (Código Único de Identificación Laboral - CUIL) for taxation purposes.

Social security contributions

Employers in Argentina are obligated to withhold taxes for social security benefits and submit them to the tax authorities.

Income taxes

Employers must also withhold income taxes from their employees’ salaries and submit them to the tax authorities.

Employee entitlements

When employing in Argentina, it’s essential to adhere to local labour laws regarding minimum wage, working hours, paid and unpaid leave, and termination of employment.

Note that employment laws in Argentina are subject to change. Therefore, it’s crucial to stay up to date with the latest legislation to achieve compliance.

Please note that all these requirements may vary depending on the job type, the employer and individual circumstances.

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Features of Argentina employer of record with Native Teams

Employment status

Utilise our entities to provide your employees with legal employment status and employment contracts following Argentinian labour law.

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HR administration and documentation

Get access to a simple dashboard where you can organise and manage all of the essential documents for your employees all around the world.

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Global payroll

Simplify payroll processing by using our localised payroll calculators. Manage salaries, taxes, benefits, and other contributions for employees in 65+ countries hassle-free.

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Ensure proper and timely submission of mandatory benefits, including healthcare, pension, insurance, and others. You can also offer additional employee benefits like gym memberships, wellness programmes, and coworking spaces.

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Why choose Native Teams as your Argentina employer of record?

Native Teams helps businesses expand their remote teams internationally. You can easily hire and onboard employees from 65+ countries without facing any difficulties.

Let our local expert teams guide you through the process of expanding. With our EOR solutions, you can rest assured that you’re handling global payroll, taxation, and HR administration properly while staying in compliance with local employment laws.

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