Best Employer of Record (EOR) Service Provider (Silver)
Neil McCormick, Practice Director, CXC Global, receives the Silver Award for Best Employer of Record (EOR) Service Provider.
Highlighting the commitment of CXC Global to help clients better manage their workforce as the company won the Silver Award for Best Employer of Record (EOR) Service Provider, Peter Oreb, CEO of CXC, said, “On behalf of CXC, I’d like to thank everyone for this award, it is truly an honour to receive it. I would also like to congratulate the HRM Asia team for the great work you have been doing in the field of HR.”
CXC was established in Australia in 1992 before expanding globally. With the rapid change in workforce dynamics and organisational growth, CXC simplifies how organisations and candidates connect compliantly and efficiently.
Over the past 30 years, Oreb and his team have observed many changes – from the ups and downs of the talent market, industry expansions and contractions, and technology booms. “However, one thing remained. We have always put our clients at the core of what we do,” he added.
CXC’s continued goal is to help clients better manage their workforce by giving them access to quality talent, as well as supporting candidates in navigating the legalities of the employment market. “Winning the Silver Award for the Best Employer of Record (EOR) Service Provider category is a true testament of our commitment in providing highest-quality solutions,” Oreb concluded.
CXC is the leading international provider of contingent workforce management solutions. With over 30 offices across 5 continents, they simplify how organisations and contingent workers connect compliantly and efficiently.
Established in Australia in 1992 to provide contractor vetting, compliance and payroll, the contingent workforce market has continued to be CXC’s core, with services now delivered in over 70 countries internationally by local specialists.
Their corporate offering has evolved over the past decade due to increasing market complexity, regulation, technology, and evolving client demand. CXC acts as an extension of clients’ HR and procurement function, taking responsibility for the entire contingent workforce.