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Payroll administration by WePayPeople

Payroll administration at WePayPeople brings you overview and control.

As an employer, using payrolling to allocate staff gives you a greater degree of flexibility. You are no longer bound by fixed employment contracts, which effectively transforms the employees in your workforce into temporary employees.

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Backoffice services for employment agencies

We’ll gladly take care of your wage payments and invoicing.

An employment agency’s core business is to fill as many positions with as many candidates as possible. Despite this, activities in the back office such as paying your employees and billing your clients can take up a substantial amount of your time.

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Payroll by WePayPeople

Payroll administration at WePayPeople brings you overview and control.

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Important legal changes for employee and employer

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The new year is almost upon us, and the turn of the year often coincides with changes in legislation. For example, the minimum wage is adjusted twice each year, on 1 January and 1 July, and any reductions or increases

Statutory Minimum Wage as of 1 January 2017

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Each year on 1 January and 1 July the minimum wage is adjusted. In July the minimum wage was raised by 0.83%. As of 1 January 2017, you will have to pay your fulltime employees from the age of 23

New insurance obligation for directors/major shareholders

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The rules for the insurance obligation for directors/major shareholders (DGA or “directeur-grootaandeelhouders” in Dutch) will change on 1 January 2016. This means that you will be classified as an employee in certain cases, which requires you to participate in employee

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