How to hire remote employees in

Anguilla

White sand beaches, turquoise water, and plenty of good food—it’s no surprise remote talent wants to work from Anguilla. If you’ve found someone great based out of Anguilla and want to bring them onto your team, you’re in the right place. On this page, you’ll learn exactly what you need to know before making hires in Anguilla: Legal obligations, risks, and the easiest path to hiring great talent abroad.

Country snapshot

CURRENCY
East Caribbean dollar
EMPLOYER TAXES
5%-10%
PAYROLL FREQUENCY
Monthly
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
English

What to know before you hire in 

Anguilla

Anguilla is a no-tax jurisdiction, which more than explains why some of your team members may want to work from there—if the beaches weren’t enough. But there are different labor laws, different regulations, and different systems for hiring people in Anguilla than in your home country. If you don’t do things right, you’ll be putting your company at the risk of fines—and risk losing the talent you brought onboard.

If you want to successfully hire in 

Anguilla

, you have two options:

Hire talent as contractors

Laws about hiring contractors are significantly more simple in 

Anguilla

. Onboarding talent takes days, not weeks or months. Both you, the company, and your talent have more flexibility. And in many cases, since you’re remote, the talent you’re hiring is better classified as a contractor, anyway. Of course, it’s not possible in every case, but it’s what we built Panther for.

Hire talent as employees

This is the long route. You can either establish a physical presence with an entity and register as an employer, or you can use an Employer-of-Record (EOR) solution. Odds are, you’ll find using an EOR to be the easier route. Still, using an EOR in 

Anguilla

 is expensive—it can often be $500 per month per employee—and sometimes prone to lengthy onboarding times.

Why hire independent contractors in 

Anguilla

Hiring contractors is normally the easier, faster, more flexible choice—but don’t just take it from us. Below are the specific benefits and drawbacks to hiring contractors in 

Anguilla

.

It’s the fastest way to hire globally

Hiring employees takes months, at the minimum. When you hire with Panther’s locally-generated contracts, it’s a matter of days or weeks. This means you can hire the best talent, fast, without losing them to a hellish procession of paperwork.

It’s a lot cheaper

It costs just $0 to sign up for Panther, then $49 per month to hire your contractors with Panther. If you hired employees manually (or did contracting on your own), you’d likely be on the hook for thousands of dollars each month. Setting up an entity alone can cost tens of thousands of dollars.

It’s more flexible for you & your team

Hiring contractors in 

Anguilla

 means you’re generally not on the hook for things like health insurance and paid time off. This makes hiring flexible for you, and it gives your talent more options.

It’s less risky than hiring employees

Hiring employees is a bigger commitment, and generally puts you at a bigger risk for legal fees. When you hire contractors overseas, your biggest risk is misclassification—but even then, misclassification penalties are often minimal and just require you to pay off any compensation that the person would have been owed as an employee.

Some people want to be employees

The contractor life isn’t for everyone—some people want the security that being an employee often appears to provide. Though it’s rare, this does happen, and it’s one disadvantage of manage an all-contractor team.

You might not have as much control over your talent

Most countries’ contractor-employer relationship laws stipulate that the employer can’t set fixed working hours, among other things. These laws give contractors more freedom over how and when they do their work than an employee would have. In reality, however, most contractors are willing & able to work on the company’s schedule—it’s a matter of setting expectations beforehand.

How can I pay people in 

Anguilla

?

If you’re hiring contractors in 

Anguilla

, you can pay them with Panther in a single click. You won’t need to worry about complicated wire transfers, fees, or currency conversions. We’ll take care of it all. Just make a click and your contractor will get paid in their currency of choice. This is a valuable bonus for talent in countries where the local currency is particularly weak—most people appreciate the ability to receive their payment in stronger currencies.

Hiring and paying your team in 

Anguilla

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Get great currency conversion rates
Pay $0 in platform fees
Run payroll in seconds
Let Panther automatically create & store invoices
Let Panther automatically write locally-compliant contracts
Let Panther automatically file local tax documents

Hire and pay without Panther

Pay all your contractors individually
Do all currency conversions yourself
Shoulder the burden of platform fees
Spend hours each month making payments
Manually track & store invoices
Manually write & sign contracts
Manually file relevant tax documents

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If you want to hire employees in 

Anguilla

If you’ve read up until this point, you’ll know that it’s easier, cheaper, and more flexible to hire contractors in Anguilla than employees. Still, there are valid reasons why you might want to hire employees instead. The content below is for you—we’ll cover employer taxes and obligations in Anguilla

Taxes in 

Anguilla

Employer tax

Social Security

Individual tax

Leave

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Employees receive 12 days of paid annual leave after one year of service.

This increases to 15 days after five years of service and 20 days after 10 years of service.

Employees also receive fully paid leave for jury duty or court hearings.

Public Holidays

There are 14 public holidays in Anguilla.

Sick Days

In Anguilla, employees receive 14 days of paid sick leave after one year of service.

Part-time employees are entitled to one paid sick day for every 22 days worked, after working at least 110 days.

Maternity Leave

Female employees receive 14 weeks of paid maternity leave after one year of service. There is also a maternity grant after 26 weeks of employment.

Paternity Leave

Male employees in Anguilla are entitled to one month of unpaid paternity leave, as well as a paternity benefit of two weeks payable at a percentage of the basic wage.

Parental Leave

No Info.

Other Leave

No Info.

Marriage Leave

No Info.

Bereavement Leave

In Anguilla, the employees in the government may granted a compassionate leave in specific circumstances as outlined in General Orders 7.31.

Officers are granted 5 days only in the event of a dangerous illness or death of a close relative.

Termination

Termination Process

Employment relationships may be terminated at the end of a fixed-term contract by the employer (with or without cause), or by the employee.

Notice Period

The employer must provide notice of termination. The required notice period depends on the type of work, service duration and payment interval.

Severance Pay

Employers must pay severance in some instances.

Probation Period

Probation period of employees shall not exceed in 3 months.

Employee requirements in 

Anguilla

Working Hours

The standard workweek is 40 hours and eight hours per day.

Overtime

In Aguilla, employees overtime is paid at a percentage of the basic rate

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