ROI Benefits of Using an Employer of Record

Most organizations aim for global expansion, but entering new markets can be complicated, costly, and time-consuming. 

The key for many is partnering with an Employer of Record (EOR), simplifying new market entry, saving time and cost, while offering insight on the local labor market. But what is an EOR, and what are its benefits?

Join us on November 30th as Atlas’ CEO and Founder, Rick Hammell, shares the key benefits of using an EOR and how it can help your business reach its global potential. 

In this session, you’ll learn: 

  • The flexibility that an EOR can offer companies in finding, attracting, and retaining top, diverse talent
  • How using an EOR can support fast expansion into new markets faster while reducing cost
  • How an EOR’s local expertise can mitigate the noncompliance risks associated with unfamiliarity of local labor and tax laws



Meet the presenters 

 Rick Hammell Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Rick Hammell is the founder and CEO of Atlas, formerly known as Elements Global Services. Rick founded the company in 2015, from his dining room table after noticing gaps in the existing marketplace for solutions that enabled companies to expand into new markets simply, quickly and compliantly. Through his commitment to simplifying expansion, Rick pioneered the Direct Employer of Record business model aimed at supporting companies with global aspirations. 
Under Rick’s leadership, Atlas has grown from a local startup to a global tech firm with the capability to support clients in more than 160 countries. Atlas has since developed proprietary cloud-based software platforms further supported by a worldwide network of experts helping clients to navigate the complexities of international HR, payroll and local compliance. 
Rick is the author of “Getting Sh*t Done!: The Millennial CEO.” He was named an Ernst & Young (EY) 2021 Midwest Entrepreneur of the Year winner, distinguished for his entrepreneurial spirit and impact on the communities he serves. He serves on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan