Whether you’re an independent recruiter with big ambitions or a massive staffing agency with bigger ambitions, we can unlock access and engagement to the world of talent for your clients. Place anyone, in any category, in any type of assignment, anywhere. Onsite or remote employee. Global or local. Full-time or contingent workers. With People2.0 you can be confident everything is done compliantly, thanks to our breadth and depth of expertise and deep local knowledge of compliance across more than 40 countries. And with one global master agreement that assures consistent service and a single point of contact, working with us couldn’t be simpler.
Need an employer of record? What classification of employee or independent contractor does your client need? What are the labour laws in countries you’re trying to place talent? We can help with compliance and certifications. And with our proprietary independent contractor (IC) classification process, you can be confident that you’ll be protected from the risk of worker misclassification, especially in light of changes to the Balanced Labour Market Act (WAB).
As an EOR and payroll service provider, we serve as the legal employer for the on-demand talent you provide for your clients. In the Netherlands, employers must pay temporary workers weekly, meaning you must be prepared to pre-finance wages. Some businesses just don’t have the upfront money.
Outsourcing the remuneration of employees and temporary workers means People2.0 takes care of the entire payroll back office: processing work slips, wage payments, invoicing clients, and Dutch payroll tax regulations and certifications. In some regions, this is also known as “professional payrolling.”
When you provide your clients with independent contractors, It’s important to verify their classification. People2.0 services support the independent contractor and your client from start to finish—from validating their classification to assisting with ongoing compliance. In some regions, this is referred to as “independent contractor compliance.”