Outstaffing in Ukraine can be a very effective and cost-efficient way to develop a project or augment an existing in-house team.
Vast talent pool
Ukrainian IT Outstaffing is most useful when your project will need ongoing updates and improvements, you need additional or specific technical skills not available internally
Strong reputation for quality
Ukraine is one of the top destinations globally for IT development talent and, with a concentration of schools dedicated to IT, Ukraine continues to grow its talent.
How Infosoft works
Launch the personalized matching process
Set up a free intro call with our Team Advisor — your personal contact at Infosoft. They'll ensure the talent we source perfectly matches your needs.
One week to the verified shortlist of candidates
Infosoft handpicks the best-matched candidates from its pool of over 1,000 engineers, conducts personalized pre-screening, then arranges interviews for you.
Signing a contract
When a candidate is selected, we sign a contract. All the hassle with the registration of an employee, administration, payment of taxes is covered by Infosoft. No commitments before this point.
Get work started with confidence
Infosoft set up developer's environment. The candidate is ready to go. Enjoy the progress! Next i :)
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What is co-employment?
Co-employment, or Outstaffing: responsibilities of the talent supplier and the Client
Co-employment is an important type of work arrangement for enterprises to understand as independent contractors become an increasingly integral part of the workforce. How does co-employment work? Co-employment is a contractual agreement between a company and a PEO that allocates and divides employer responsibilities between the two. The contract is often called a client service agreement (CSA). In a co-employment agreement, your company's employees (also called worksite employees) are employed by two separate entities:
The client company
The PEO supplies services and benefits to a business and its existing workforce. (PEOs don't supply a workforce.) The business owner maintains control of:
All business decisions
Employees' daily duties and core job functions
The PEO, in turn, assumes or manages certain employer-related responsibilities that are outlined and agreed upon in the CSA. For instance, the PEO is typically responsible for:
Administering payroll deductions
Preparing, filing and depositing payroll taxes
Providing benefits to worksite employees
Workers compensation coverage and claims management