TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES FROM POLAND
TRANSFER OF EMPLOYEES
FROM POLAND -
BENEFITS FOR EMPLOYERS
END OF PERSONNEL SHORTAGES
We offer a solution to temporary and seasonal staff shortages in your company. It doesn't matter if you are looking for 5 or 500 employees - we are not afraid of challenges.
We provide experts that are missing on the local labor market; As part of the LeasingTeam group, we have access to an extensive database of candidates
We take over all formal obligations related to the legal employment of employees and the preparation of employees from taking up work
We take over responsibility towards Polish and foreign control authorities
Contributions for health and social insurance in Poland are lower than in other EU countries
Calculation of labor costs as the product of agreed hourly rates and hours worked
Delegated employees effectively support permanent staff, exchange experiences and knowledge and willingly work overtime
The selection of personnel takes place almost without your participation; We search and hire You focus on your day-to-day business
WITHIN 24 HOURS – AGREEING ON WORKING CONDITIONS AND SIGNING THE CONTRACT
WITHIN 10 DAYS – A PROVEN SPECIALIST CAN START WORKING
IMMEDIATELY - THE CLIENT RECEIVES THE DOCUMENTATION NEEDED TO LEGALLY EMPLOY AN EMPLOYEE
THE DECISION FOR TEMPORARY
WORKERS FROM POLAND IS RIGHT IF:
You want to reduce the operating costs of your plant
You want to better organize the working time of your permanent employees
You want to react quickly to changing production volumes and orders
You want to increase the flexibility of your company
You want to increase the security of your business activities
You want to further develop your company by testing new markets and business areas
STARTING A BIG PROJECT? DO YOU NEED TEMPORARY WORKERS? REGISTER WITH US AND YOUR STAFFING PROBLEMS WILL BE A THING OF THE PAST.
LEGAL ASPECTS OF
The temporary work in EU countries is possible on the basis of freedom to provide services for entrepreneurs in other Member States.
The legal basis for the posting of workers is Directive 96/71/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1996 on the posting of workers in the context of the provision of services and Directive 2014/67/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 May 2014 on implementing Directive 96/71/EC on the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services and amending Regulation (EU) No 1024/2012 on administrative cooperation using the Internal Market Information System.
Member States are obliged to treat posted workers equally; this applies to e.g. the following areas:
- Time of work and rest,
- Number of paid vacation days per year,
- Minimum wage,
- Any other salary supplements,
- Occupational health and safety,
- Equal treatment of women and men and other anti-discrimination provisions.
Social and health insurance contributions are paid by employees in the country of employment, but taxes are paid in the host country from day one.
The company employing the employee applies for A1 forms for its employees, which confirm the validity of the social security system of the country where the employee is employed.