From the first day of work all temporary workers fall under the hirer’s remuneration. This means that from that moment onwards, the temporary employee is entitled to a number of benefits that are applicable to the permanent staff in the same position, such as:
Salary that applies to permanent employees in the same position
Before a temporary worker begins a job, Projob will have already discussed the salary indication for the particular position.
ATV / ADV days (work time reduction)
Where applicable, ATV will be discounted in the wages of the temporary worker.
Bonuses for over-time, irregular hours and shift allowance
The premiums that apply for permanent staff will also apply for the temporary worker.
Initial and periodical wage increases
When the permanent staff receives a pay rise, the client is responsible for informing Projob of the salary increase of the temporary worker. The temporary worker is not entitled to a salary increase resulting from the collective labour agreement for temporary workers [CAO voor Uitzendkrachten]. Nota bene: the employer is also responsible for awarding any incremental payments.
The net expenses payments that apply to permanent employees in the same function must also be paid to temporary workers, provided this is fiscally permissible.