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What does the NOW (Emergency Fund for Retention of Employment) entail?

The coronavirus does not only have medical consequences. The economy is affected as well. The Dutch government recently announced an extensive package of emergency measures to help companies bridge this period of uncertainty. Part of the package is the abolition

What is payroll? For you as an entrepreneur and employer

The actual employer (you) and the payroll company (we) have a cooperation agreement. This agreement contains the agreements on payment to the payroll company for “borrowing” the employee. You will receive a monthly invoice for this. You pay the agreed

Is payrolling also suitable for large companies?

The simple answer to this question is YES!. Many entrepreneurs think that payrolling is only suitable for smaller companies, but you will be surprised how many large companies use payrolling. Payrolling has a number of fixed benefits. When you use

Are there any disadvantages to payroll?

Payroll is a solution for many employers: less administration, fewer risks and everything well organized in situations that you as an entrepreneur are not waiting for. But some employees think that payroll only has disadvantages for them. Every advantage has

VCU certification

Value to safety and health in construction and technology, WePayPeople is VCU certified

As a payroll organization in various industries, including sectors with risky activities, such as the construction and industrial sector, we attach great importance to the health and safety of the employees working there. We are a VCU-certified temporary employment agency,

Help with financial debts

WePayPeople and keep debt collectors out

WePayPeople and have joined forces and are starting an offensive against debt problems. In the context of ‘prevention is better than cure’, people who are on the WePayPeople’s payroll and where debt problems are suspected are approached proactively at

Transitional provisions 30% ruling announced

Contrary to earlier reports transitional provisions will be made for expats already living in The Netherlands and who would have stopped being eligible for the 30% ruling in 2019 or 2020. In this article we explain more about this phenomenon.

30% ruling shortened from eight to five years

From January 1st 2019, the 30% ruling for expats will be shortened from eight to five years. The Dutch government announced the shortening on Prinsjesdag, the day on which the Minister of Finance traditionally proposes the yearly national budget. This reduction


Mortgage for temporary workers now available

Mortgage lenders value security. A permanent employment contract is therefore of great importance to them when it comes to covering payment risks as much as possible. But the world is changing: the number of flex workers, freelancers and temporary workers

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Important legal changes for employee and employer

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

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