IT Outstaffing

If you need one or two developers, fast and flexible - this service is for you. IT outstaffing to Ukrainian companies has become popular due to:
  • Comparatively low cost
    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
  • 1
    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.
  • 2
    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.
  • 3
    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.
  • 4
    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 IT 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:
  1. The client company
  2. The PEO

    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
    • Operations
    • 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:

    • Processing payroll
    • Administering payroll deductions
    • Issuing paychecks
    • Preparing, filing and depositing payroll taxes
    • Providing benefits to worksite employees
    • Workers compensation coverage and claims management
    • Providing HR advice to the client company