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If you intend to station personell in the Netherlands on a temporary basis, it is important to organise all details adequately. This is to both your and your employee's interest. Dutch regulations may deviate from the labour law that you normally adhere to. For example: in the Netherlands, a sick employee’s pay must be continued for 2 years during absence due to illness. This is not the case in most other countries.
The financial consequences of differences between labour regulations can be significant to you as an employer, in terms of penalties for non-compliance (sometimes without being aware), or in terms of financial obligations that you did not take into account.
It is advisable to involve a local advisor who understands the risks, helping you to limit such unwanted surprises. This means concluding appropriate insurance policies, preparing supplementary contractual conditions and obtaining the necessary licenses and permits. High quality local advice in the Netherlands is certain to save you time, money and hassle.
We are happy to provide advice and assistance if you want to station non-Dutch employees in the Netherlands (expats). We are also happy to support in issues such as:
In principle, we can be your one-stop shop. We have all knowledge and expertise under a single roof, so we understand where to go for what. You do not have to deal with a range of different parties, such as the Tax Authorities, the social insurance bank and government bodies for permits etc. We bridge all the gaps; after all, everything is connected. Of course, we do more than providing advice; we can perform a wide range of activities for you.
The benefit for you? You keep the helicopter view by having a single point of contact: the Bol International advisor by your side.