France has a thriving temporary Eu Workers agency industry. In the country, the number of temporary workers employed by French companies continues to increase, despite government opposition. The temporary workers agency industry generates EUR20.4 billion in turnover in 2006, and DARES UNEDIC’s monthly declarations provide some useful information. However, you should be aware of the tax implications of working for a temp agency. In France, temporary workers agencies must adhere to certain rules, including fair pay and an end-of-assignment compensation.
Temporary Workers Agencies Must Be Treated On Equal Terms As Permanent
The French labor market is well regulated. In addition to labor unions, there are several social institutions that support temporary agency companies. Two of the largest employee-trade unions, the General Confederation of Labour and the Christian Workers’ Confederation, have sector-specific sections. In Germany, however, the Force ouvriere is the only association that works with non-TAW companies. The agency’s mission is to help clients meet their temporary staffing needs.
Under the AUG, both the lender and the hirer must mention the supply of temporary workers in their contract. It is important to note that temporary workers agencies can only supply temporary workers within the group of companies they represent. This means that TWAs should limit their assignments within the group to 18 months. Moreover, they should also be licensed to supply workers within the group. In Germany, a temporary workers agency needs to have a license for this service.
As long as the hiring company is paying a fair wage to the temporary worker, the agency may choose to convert the temporary worker into a full-time employee. It is also important to note that the worker must continue to work for the agency after the 18-month limit. But the temporary agency must still pay a decent wage, which means it must comply with minimum wage regulations. Once the contract is signed, the temporary agency will be responsible for the payment of the temporary worker.…