Employment law

Secondment, temporary employment and payrolling

Secondment, temporary employment and payrolling

Special conditions apply to these specific contracts compared to “normal” employment contracts. The employment agency remains the contracting party of the temporary employee, but the temporary employee is supervised by the hirer. The same applies to payroll constructions and secondment. As a result, you may have questions about how it works in practice. What about my liability as an employer in the event of an accident? Can I eventually hire the temporary employee directly as my own employee? How about terms and conditions of employment? Do I have to continue to pay my employee in the event of illness, or can I exclude the obligation to continue to pay wages? Who pays the transition payment?

We can answer these questions. When it comes to temporary employment contracts, secondment or payrolling in general, we not only have the knowledge, but we look at your particular situation as well.