While Argentina may no longer be one of the wealthiest countries in the world, as it was during the early 1900s, the country remains a top spot for international talent. The largest Spanish-speaking country on Earth, Argentina boasts one of the top economies in South America. Visitors enjoy a community with a passion for great food, but don’t skip the afternoon merienda meal, or you will be hungry before dinner is served after 9 p.m.
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Argentina is steadily gaining recognition as a hotspot for tech talent in South America. The country boasts a burgeoning community of skilled software developers, engineers, and IT professionals. Argentine universities produce graduates with strong technical backgrounds, and the government's focus on promoting STEM education further bolsters the talent pool. Cities like Buenos Aires and Cordoba are witnessing a boom in tech startups and innovative tech companies, creating a dynamic ecosystem for collaboration and growth. Argentine tech talent is known for its creativity and problem-solving abilities, making it a valuable contributor to the global tech landscape.
Looking to employ workers in Argentina? Companies hiring in Argentina must either own a legal entity in the country or work with a global employment solutions provider, usually one that provides employer of record services.
Outstaffer can employ your team in Argentina on your behalf through our local legal entity in the country and handle payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance for your Argentina team. You can also pay contractors now in Argentina with Outstaffer.
Looking to employ workers in Australia? Companies hiring in Australia must either own a legal entity in the country or work with a global employment solutions provider, usually one that provides employer of record services.
Outstaffer makes it easy for companies of all sizes to employ workers in Australia using our employer of record solution. We can help employ your Australian team using our local Australian entity, as well as handle your payroll, benefits, taxes, and local legal compliance.
Argentina’s Constitution, several international treaties, employment contract laws, various federal statutes, and collective bargaining agreements all play a role in Argentina’s employment regulations. Any company looking to employ people in the country must abide by all of Argentina’s labor-friendly laws. Because these regulations evolve over time, companies must stay vigilant to stay compliant.
Common questions that could come up during the hiring process include the minimum wage, overtime rates, and guaranteed paid time off.
To employ workers in Argentina, contact Outstaffer to learn more about your options.
Argentina, like many other countries, treats self-employed individuals or contractors and full-time employees differently. Misclassification of contractors in Argentina may lead to fines and penalties for the offending company.
Below are national public holidays applicable for all regions in this country
We can help you get a new employee started in Argentina fast. The minimum onboarding time we need is only 7 working days.
Our team ensures your employees are onboarded and paid as quickly as possible while keeping your business compliant with all local employment legislation. The minimum onboarding time begins after the employee submits all required information onto the Outstaffer platform. The onboarding timeline is also dependent upon registration with local authorities.
For all non-nationals of the country of employment, the Right to Work assessment (if applicable) will add three extra days to the total time to onboard. There may be extra time required if we need to follow-up on the right to work assessment.
Please note, payroll cut-off dates can impact the actual first day of employment. Outstaffer has a payroll cut-off date of the 10th of the month unless otherwise specified.
Employers in Argentina must provide written notice to terminate an employee. Reasons for termination may include employee conduct, economic factors, or inability to perform the work required. The employer may not modify the reason for termination after the fact, so it is important to provide accurate information throughout the termination process.
Terminations in Argentina can be complicated. Different situations and justifications for termination can have significant effects on factors such as severance pay.