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Fulfilling CU's mission

CU Global Employment expands compliant hiring practices across the globe, enhancing the university’s diverse workforce and global reach.

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What is a CU Global Employee?

A CU Global Employee is any employee whose work site is located outside of the United States, regardless of citizenship and residency.

Why a PEO?

CU is not a global employer, which limits its ability to hire employees outside of the United States. A professional employer organization, or PEO, partners with the university in the hiring of CU Global Employees.

Who is Global PEO Services (GPS)?

GPS is a legal hiring entity in 170+ countries, partnering with CU to provide human resources, payroll processing, employer tax filing, health insurance and more for employees working outside the United States. Learn more about GPS.

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What is the difference between a CU International Employee and a CU Global Employee?


CU International Employees

  • Resident or nonresident alien working inside the United States
  • Subject to U.S. taxation, labor and employment laws
  • Compliance resource: International Tax


CU Global Employee

  • Any employee working outside the United States
  • Subject to taxation, labor and employment laws in the country in which they are working
  • Compliance resource: Global PEO Services