Are you setting up a team in the Netherlands but you don’t want to establish permanent residence just yet? Contact Shifter!
How we work
Provide us with the name and contact details of the candidate and we’ll take care of everything. Your employee will be paid via Shifter’s payroll. They can contact us directly for all HR & Payroll matters.
You will receive a quote for the monthly costs and after onboarding a monthly invoice that covers remuneration, taxes, and all other costs. Invoices are paid through direct debit, if that is not possible we’ll ask for a deposit.
Direct access to experts
Your employee(s) will get direct access by telephone to our HR and payroll experts. No 1st line helpdesk, no chatbots. Your queries will be resolved directly.
Ask questions and get answers in your own language
You’ll have direct access to our English-speaking specialists. No chatbots or 1st/2nd line contact centers.
Seasoned sparring partners
Seasoned sparring partners for your HR to discuss the local implementation of benefits and HR policies.
Your terms of employment translated and integrated
Your policies, terms, and benefits will be integrated into the contracts of your Dutch team.
Other working conditions that benefit the employee(s)
Every employee (above the age of 21) will participate in our pension scheme, our (paid) leave system (holidays and special leave), and is insured against sickness, accidents, and unemployment.
Other conditions that benefit your company
Sick leave, company accidents and liability are insured.
Tooling and knowledge for a seamless experience
The Dutch Employer of Record will provide quick and easy onboarding and updates.
Additionally, our HR and Payroll experts are available to advise on proper reimbursement and benefits. The combination provides a seamless experience for your Dutch team.
If any specific situation comes up, e.g. illness of an employee, the employer must manage absence and re-integration. The Dutch Employer-of-Record will take care of this seamlessly.
We have all the relevant tooling and specialists available to cover all requirements e.g. the UWV (the Employee Insurances Authority).
Start up in The Netherlands
Are you starting up in the Netherlands and hiring your first Dutch employee? It may be too soon for setting up your own HR department, see what the Dutch Employer of Record can do for you.