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How do you find the right people to help your business expand into Brazil?

How effectively you handle human resources-related issues can make or break your company's entry into the Brazilian market. In fact, human resources have replaced physical capital as a source of competitive advantage for large and small companies. Sound HR practices can help your company.

BRAANZ Consulting can assist you to:

  • Attract, retain and develop competent and dedicated employees
  • Ensure positive employee morale and communication, essential for a successful entry to Brazil
  • Reduce legal risks
  • Ensure good productivity among your new staff

What does attracting competent and dedicated human resources in Brazil involve?

  • Effective vetting, interviewing and hiring practices
  • Employee motivation
  • Training
  • People management
  • Measuring employee performance and pay structure (remuneration)
  • Dealing with employee issues and avoiding legal problems

How can BRAANZ Consulting help your business with HR?

BRAANZ can help your company implement HR practices that will contribute to your company's growth and future. Our approach involves:

  • Self-evaluation process to assess human resources
  • Effective hiring practices—including interviewing, selecting and hiring
  • Performance management
  • Training practices
  • Professional development
  • Succession planning
  • Motivational techniques
  • Effective communication
  • Team building

Why choose BRAANZ Consulting?

Local Knowledge: Being based in and exposed to Brazilian markets as well as having substantial experience with developed Western markets markets offers us a unique insight into the potentials and pitfalls of expanding your business into Brazil. Our backgrounds lend us to be able to relate well with people from English speaking countries.

Networking: Our network of professionals are skilled at striking a balance between quality, price, efficiency and results. We work with other professional services to identify the best way in which to operate your business model for Brazil.

Focus: Promoting business self-sufficiency and success at an affordable cost. Hiring workers full time and organising offices are very expensive in Brazil. You do not have to relocate expatriate staff to the market. Essentially our team can be viewed by your customers in the Brazilian market as your company's team.

Peace of Mind: We give confidence to the Brazilian customer that there is always someone that can help them in market, in the Portuguese language. We are available 24/7 for our clients.

Legal Requirements: We can help a company establish themselves and fulfill requirements for a Brazilian based Director or Administrator and address.

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