Professional Employer Organization (PEO): What Is It

Professional Employer Organization (PEO): What Is It

For small, medium-sized, and expanding enterprises looking to expand internationally, a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) is a great place to start. While an employee works for his real employer firm, a PEO company serves as his legal employer in a different nation (Client).

A PEO firm or Global Employer of Record handles affordable services for risk management, insurance, payroll, and benefits. INS Global goes above and above by offering additional services including leave management, hiring, employee training, office infrastructure, and HR assistance in addition to what PEO companies typically provide.

As a result, the multinational firm may concentrate on its main business activities while we take care of all administrative issues.

Why is INS Global the ideal PEO India?

India is without a doubt one of the largest marketplaces for any multinational business, with a large geographic region and great potential. The country is a developing, business-friendly nation with a wide variety of cultural traditions.

The Indian (local) pulse is best understood by INS, which also knows how to link it with the needs of potential foreign commercial organizations. We implement the greatest solution for Safe, Secured and Successful company operations, regardless of laws, cultures, or socioeconomic considerations.

Benefits for workers and paid time off in India

Here are some of the statutory benefits and paid leave obligations to bear in mind while discussing the terms of an employment contract with a candidate in India, as well as some ways an employer of record may help your business’ benefits strategy.

Parental leave

Employers are required to provide 26 weeks of paid leave for the first two pregnancies of an employee, and 12 weeks of paid leave for any subsequent children, as well as for moms who are adopting or using a surrogate.

Employees who are pregnant and have worked for their company for at least 80 days in the year previous to the due date are entitled for benefits with written notification given seven weeks beforehand.


The Shops and Establishments Act regulates the “annual” or “privilege” leave that non-factory workers are entitled to, which varies from state to state but is generally at least 15 days each year.

The national Factories Act protects factory employees, who get one day off for every 20 days working (up to a maximum of 12 days off).

India has three national holidays:

Independence Day on Republic Day

the Mahatma Gandhi birthday

In addition, depending on the state where the business is situated, employers must provide five to nine festival holidays annually. Employees are entitled to double pay if they must work on a public holiday.

Sick time

The Shops and Establishments Act largely governs personal and sick leave. Employee rights range from seven to twelve days, and sick leave is defined differently in each state of India.

Employees in the manufacturing industry are entitled to up to 10 days of sick leave, which is controlled by the Industrial Employment Act.

Health insurance

 All citizens of India are entitled to free public healthcare, however the vast majority of people rely on private treatment.

We may be able to provide professionals and their families optional additional medical insurance coverage at a more affordable rate as your employer of record in India.

Additional advantages

 According to the number of workers, India’s social security system mandates employer contributions for pensions, health insurance, disability benefits, and gratuity payments. Additionally, donations from businesses, employees, and state governments help to pay for workers’ compensation.

Employee benefits in India are mostly covered by employer social expenses, but if more coverage is required, we can talk to you about possibilities like supplementary pension contributions or life insurance.


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