A GLANCE AT PEO IN
United States holds a consistent reputation for being the largest economy in the world and is one of the most popular expansion goals for numerous international companies. With over 320 million in population, United States is home to a large talent base, dominating in areas such as technological innovation.
Not only is America abundant with great talents for your business, but the business culture is also backed by a stable regulatory environment, which opens a broad spectrum of opportunities for all companies to compete on a level playing field.
However, with the numerous states in United States, it introduces the complexity of employment laws. In America, navigating through federal and individual state employment laws can be difficult. Tap on our expertise and US entity to bypass these complex regulations.
EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS IN
In general, majority of the states in America (except Montana) follow an “at will” employment contract. This means that employees are free to leave the job anytime, and that employers are free to terminate the employees for any reason other than reasons relating to discrimination. That encompasses terminating on the basis of age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, race, or handicaps.
USA FEDERAL HOLIDAYS
|New Year’s Day||2 Jan|
|Martin Luther King Jr. Day||16 Jan|
|Washington’s Birthday||20 Feb|
|Memorial Day||29 May|
|Juneteenth National Independence Day||19 Jun|
|Independence Day||4 Jul|
|Labour Day||4 Sep|
|Columbus Day||9 Oct|
|Veterans Day||10 Nov|
|Thanksgiving Day||23 Nov|
|Christmas Day||25 Dec|
MINIMUM WAGE IN
Since 2009, United States hold a federal mandate of a USD7.25 minimum wage. In some states, an employee can be subjected to both the state and federal minimum wage mandate. In those cases, the employee is entitled to the higher minimum wage from the two mandates.
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