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Multiplier's referral program
Multiplier's referral program
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Written by Kyro Guinto
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Multiplier is your all-in-one platform designed to help businesses onboard, pay, and manage a global workforce across 150+ countries compliantly and with ease. Multiplier’s EOR service is award-winning and recognised by G2, industry leaders, and our beloved customers as the #1 solution in the market.

As a Multiplier customer, you can refer an HR colleague from a different geography or a peer from your network who is looking for an EOR solution - and get rewarded. For every new lead you refer that becomes a Multiplier customer, we’ll send you a $200 Amazon gift voucher or equivalent.

How it works:

Step 1

Find a contact or colleague who could be interested in Multiplier’s products

Step 2

Step 3

Wait for your lead to sign up and onboard their first employee via Multiplier, and receive a $200 Amazon voucher.

It's that simple.

We’ve answered a few FAQs here:

How do I refer someone to Multiplier?

Can I refer anyone?

Multiplier provides Employer of Record, Agency of Record, Global Payroll and other such global workforce management products. Our ideal customers are usually HR leaders or work in the people management space. Please only share contacts if our products would be of relevance to them.

Do I get $200 for every lead I refer?

We really appreciate you referring a friend or colleague who could use our products and services. We will be issuing the gift voucher only on actualization of the customer i.e. after they’ve signed up with Multiplier and have onboarded their first employee.

If I refer multiple names, can I get multiple vouchers?

Short answer: Yes

Long answer: Provided they belong to different groups or organizations and sign separate MSAs with Multiplier, and onboard separate employees, you will be eligible for as many vouchers as the number of leads you refer.

Have more questions? Drop us a note and we’ll be happy to help.

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