A quick guide on how to set up a business in the Philippines, from company name registration to registering with SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-IBIG.
The Philippines is known to be one of the fastest-growing economies in the ASEAN region, opening a vast pool of job opportunities for locals and foreigners alike.
As an employee, it is vital to be knowledgeable about the labor laws for holiday pay in the Philippines to ensure that you are receiving proper pay for rendered work during holidays.
Establishing a new business can be challenging. In this infographic, we provide you a list of things you should consider to make sure you are choosing the best location for your next business.
Are you a foreigner working or residing in the Philippines? Do you hold a valid Alien Certificate of Registration Identity Card (ACR I-Card)? If so, you are required to REPORT IN PERSON to the Bureau of Immigration (BI) within January 2 and March 1, 2021.
Are you preparing to renew your business permit for 2021? This infographic will discuss three easy steps on how you can successfully renew your business permit on time to avoid the hassle of unwanted penalties for your business.
Are you hiring foreign nationals to work in the Philippines? In this infographic, we will discuss the different steps and requirements your foreign employees should accomplish to obtain a work permit and legally work in the Philippines.
Certifying legal documents abroad can be a complex process. Even though such documents are valid and acceptable in your own country, many jurisdictions will require you, as a foreign individual, to comply with certain processes to ensure your legal documents are authentic.
Salary Benchmarking is the process of comparing internal job descriptions to jobs with similar responsibilities to determine their local market rate.
The Ease of Doing Business Act of 2018, or Republic Act 11032, aims to cut excessive red tape and make it easier to start and operate a business in the Philippines.