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Solar Staff unaffected by US sanctions against Moscow Exchange

Solar Staff is working as usual: companies can set and pay for tasks, and contractors can withdraw their remuneration.

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Solar Staff at Running Remote conference

We have taken part in the annual event focused on sharing stories and practices to thrive in a world of remote and hybrid work. This year's conference was also attended by speakers from Atlassian, Doist, Google, Cloudflare, Deel, and Stanford University. The next conference will take place in April 2025.

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Deloitte names Solar Staff the 26th fastest-growing technology company

Our company takes a spot on the list for the second year running.

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Solar Staff at London Stock Exchange's Europe Capital Markets ConferenceMedia

Pavel Shynkarenko, co-founder and CEO of Solar Staff, will take part in a panel discussion on the future of the European technology sector. The conference will bring together industry leaders, companies, investors, and London Stock Exchange experts. You can apply on the London Stock Exchange website.

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Solar Staff's Benzinga article: Highlights

According to Solar Staff's study, over 35% of contractors in the marketing, management, and engineering fields would like to receive their earnings in crypto. Cryptocurrency is set to continue rising in popularity as a preferred payment method, and here are five reasons why.

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Why all-in-one HR solutions are becoming obsolete

A brief account of a Forbes article by Pavel Shynkarenko, co-founder and CEO of Solar Staff

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Crunchbase column: Why is launching a fintech startup in 2024 so challenging?

Pavel Shynkarenko, founder of Solar Staff, speaks about challenges facing fintech start-ups, especially those that have arisen or intensified in the past two years. These hurdles include the decline in venture capital investments, tense geopolitical situation, deglobalization, price competition, and tougher government regulations across countries. Read more on Crunchbase.

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Contracting freelancers in the US: Benefits and risks

Solar Staff has surveyed 400 HR managers of US companies and found that businesses save an average of 47% when working with international freelancers compared to local staff. However, new laws may result in fines. If it turns out that a company has wrongly classified a freelancer as a full-time employee, it’ll have to pay penalties.

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BNN Breaking: How freelancer operations have changed since the pandemic

BNN Breaking published an article based on Pavel Shynkarenko's Forbes column. The article touches on the balance between internal and external workforces, the need for HR practices to evolve with the legal landscape, and ways to mitigate operational and legal risks. Read the full article on BNN Breaking.

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Solar Staff tops Smart Ranking's fintech rating

In the first half of 2023, the fintech market grew by 17%. Below are some highlights from Smart Ranking's latest report on the evolution of the Russian fintech market during that period.