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Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]


There are a ton of great HR/Recruitment blogs. We’ve compiled a list of the top 100 HR blogs by organic traffic they receive via Google and search engines (see Methodology below). Ongig, of course, has its own recruiting blog — you’re reading it right now! Wow, 18 other blogs beat us in traffic!

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A Complete Guide to Co-Employment

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Co-employment refers to a relationship in which two or more entities share employer responsibilities for a group of employees. It is essential for employers to understand the meaning of co-employment to ensure compliance with tax obligations and employment regulations. Is Co-employment Illegal?


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The Role of an Employer of Record in Streamlining HR Processes

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Efficiently managing human resources is a fundamental aspect of the success of every business. This is where an employer of record (EOR) comes into play, offering a valuable solution to streamline HR processes. Want to learn more about the role of an employer of record in streamlining HR processes?

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What is International Payroll Processing?

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If you want to learn more about global payroll management, our blog below highlights everything you need to know. This payroll management requires a deep understanding of local labor laws, tax regulations, and cultural nuances to ensure compliance and accurate employee compensation.

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Why Should Small Business Owners Consider PEO?


With limited resources and staff, SMBs often need help to attract and retain top talent, manage complex HR tasks, keep up with compliance, and maintain a positive workplace culture. So, when HR becomes too complicated for an SMB to handle on their own, working with a professional employer organization could be the perfect solution.

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4 tips for NGOs and nonprofits hiring internationally

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Working internationally in any capacity, no matter the organization type, means complying with local employment laws, customs, tax codes, employment classifications and more. Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and nonprofit organizations (NPOs) face unique hurdles when recruiting and hiring international employees.

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Client remains the employer of record while taking advantage of the same excellent HR services. Administration of HR processes and ongoing assistance with employment laws and regulations. Take advantage of the steepest discounts on shared products and services. There is no shared liability. Payroll • Process payroll.