What is the difference between payroll and temporary employment?

Modified on Wed, 20 Mar 2024 at 02:49 PM

In payroll, as an employee, you can receive a maximum of 3 contracts in 3 years. After that, your employer is obliged to offer you an indefinite contract. In most cases, you work exclusively for your client. If you have a payroll contract, the hospitality industry collective labor agreement (CAO) applies.

In temporary employment, as an employee, you can be offered multiple temporary contracts, with a maximum duration of up to 5.5 years if you started before 03-01-2022. If you started after 03-01-2022, the maximum duration is 4 years. In temporary employment, you can work for multiple clients. If you have a temporary employment contract (phase A, B, or C), the ABU collective labor agreement (CAO) applies.

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