Contracts for work
Contracts for work and services with other European countries
Contracts for work or so-called service contracts from Eastern Europe are an alternative to temporary work from Eastern Europe. They are very popular with subcontractors from countries such as Poland, the Czech Republic or Slovakia. Contracts for work and services with staff from Ukraine are also becoming more and more important. There are many possibilities to use personnel in your project efficiently and legally by means of a contract for work. For this you need a very experienced partner at your side. With experience and a good legal department to avoid mistakes in the execution of a contract for work from Eastern European countries such as Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia.
Contracts for work and labour are recommended if you want to cover the need for manpower without financial risks. For this purpose, we provide you with qualified personnel from other European countries, especially from Eastern Europe. Given the shortage of skilled workers in Germany, this is the perfect solution for you. We have experience and a broad network so that we can fulfil your wishes for work contractors quickly and to your satisfaction.
Contracts for work and services in personnel placement
Whether automobile construction, crafts, mechanical engineering, plant construction, industrial assembly or logistics: In these and many other areas, numerous EU foreigners work because there is a lack of suitable German employees. There is a large potential of well-educated workers in Eastern Europe and other regions of Europe who are happy to pursue jobs in Germany. Firstly, there is often high unemployment in their home countries, and secondly, they earn more here. You can take advantage of this with our help: We guarantee you a professional placement of personnel that fully meets your requirements. As a recruitment agency, we intensively check the professional requirements and social skills such as reliability.
We as a reliable personnel service provider
Contracts for work and services as a form of contract have several advantages. With a contract for work and services, you agree on a specific service with the foreign contractor for which you pay a certain remuneration. If your contractual partner does not perform this service for various reasons, you are not obliged to pay. This distinguishes contracts for work and services from normal employment relationships. You also do not have to pay taxes and social security contributions to the state, and you do not have to worry about aspects such as holidays.
Evidence for subcontractors
A contract for work and services or, in general, a contract for work and services from Eastern Europe must also be drawn up in accordance with the regulations of the respective country.
In a contract for work and services, the subcontractor and the main contractor agree that a previously agreed work will be carried out successfully and without defects for a certain work contract sum. Parts such as the bill of quantities and the construction description are fixed components of the agreement.
Subcontractors from Eastern Europe are independent companies that provide services in the trades, construction, logistics and transport sectors, but also in the service sector.
The contract for work and services always exists only between the main company awarding the partial services and the subcontractor.
Whether it is electricians, locksmiths, welders under a contract for work or simple helpers, packers and order pickers from Eastern Europe and countries such as Poland, Hungary or the Czech Republic, our motto is the employees from Eastern Europe must be paid properly.
Subcontractors from Eastern Europe must have a registration certificate for social security.
Declaration to customs
If a subcontractor sends workers to Germany, he is therefore obliged to make a customs declaration.
If a self-employed entrepreneur from Eastern Europe carries out an order in another EU country that is not expected to last longer than 24 months, he can remain insured in his home country and will receive a so-called A1 certificate for this
Thanks to our large network abroad, we can quickly and easily place qualified skilled workers for industry and trade as well as motivated production workers and unskilled workers for warehousing and logistics to suit your requirements.
Covering staffing needs with a contract for work
Painters, drywallers, bricklayers and ironworkers from Croatia are popular for the use of work contracts from Eastern Europe. No matter which employees are involved, we will work with you to draw up a reliable contract for work and labour. Our contract lawyers will be happy to examine and advise you on the subject of contracts for work and services from Eastern Europe as an alternative to temporary work or the hiring out of employees from Eastern Europe.
If you are looking for employees for production and logistics, shift workers, production assistants, auxiliary staff or helpers from Eastern Europe, please contact us at any time. We look forward to your valued enquiry.
With our concept, we will find an optimal solution and cover your desired personnel requirements reliably and at short notice.
Subcontractors for industry & trade
A contract for work and labour is also recommended for construction workers, bricklayers, metal workers and craftsmen from Eastern Europe. With a contract for work and labour, no surcharges are prescribed by law. In concrete terms, this means that surcharges are paid voluntarily. But we are happy to support this.
The issue of authority to issue instructions is also a sensitive topic. We offer foremen for this purpose. No matter from which area you are looking for employees and craftsmen from Eastern Europe, we will find your personnel from Eastern Europe.
In the metal sector, locksmiths, welders, turners or fitters from the Baltic States of Lithuania or Latvia are very popular. Experienced electricians or plumbers come from Slovakia or Hungary.
Make a personnel enquiry. We are your reliable partner.
Contract for work in the automotive industry
Contracts for work or so-called service contracts from Eastern Europe are an alternative to temporary work from Eastern Europe. They are very popular with subcontractors from countries such as Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine or Slovakia. In many industries, work is done on the basis of a contract for work and labour. Even in the automotive industry, a contract for work and labour is no longer a rarity. Be it production workers, forklift drivers, manufacturing employees, logisticians or development service providers - the personnel placed by a contract for work and labour take over activities that are part of the core business of the automotive industry. More on this...