Deel, a startup specialized in hiring staff to work remotely, has a Colombian woman to deal with the conquest of international markets.
Deel is a company that, as a result of the pandemic, found a business idea that has allowed it to grow rapidly and cross borders.
With the quarantine restrictions due to Covid, millions of people in the world had to modify their work habits to start doing it from home. Many companies saw the need to modify the way their employees carried out their activities and many had to find staff who could work remotely.
But remote work is not something new. Thanks to the massification of Internet access and the possibilities of globalization, thousands of workers in the world have been carrying out their jobs away from an office for some years. Some companies even have employees in other cities and different countries.
But fIt was during the pandemic that this way of working became a trend and it was there that Deel found his opportunity. This startup allows you to hire, pay and automate the management of remote teams. It has been so successful that it has already conquered the markets of Argentina, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Colombia.
And precisely it has been a Colombian woman in charge of conquering new territories for the company. Natalia Jiménez, an entrepreneur with more than 12 years of experience in startups, has managed to get hundreds of companies in the region to hire and pay their remote workers from the Deel platform.
Precisely Natalia, who today works as Expansion Leader in South America for Of thewas a remote worker for several years, so she knows closely the needs of Latin American professionals and the companies that hire them.
«Allowing thousands of young professionals, and even people who lost their jobs during the pandemic, to have the opportunity to generate income and revolutionize the industry with new ideas that impact the entire world, has become a responsibility for me as an entrepreneur and leader,” she explains. Natalie.
The company today has achieved a growth of 1,100% in income in less than a year, only in companies in Latin America. It has also achieved a growth of more than 2,500% with respect to the number of people hired in the region. Today the company is present in more than 150 countries, pays teams in more than 120 currencies and has a network of more than 200 experts in labor and tax law.
for Natalie, The traditional way of hiring staff abroad is time-consuming and expensive, so it is important for companies to start adapting to digital.
Whether it is with remote workers in other countries or their regular employees working from home, it is vital that companies find the best way to manage their human resources.
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