Your account manager and your supervisor at your workplace are familiar with emergency procedures. After consulting with your Accountmanager and your manager at your workplace, you can immediately return to your country of origin for urgent matters. If you have emergency after working hours? In that case, send an SMS, a WhatsApp message or leave … Continue reading “What do I do if I have to return to my home country in case of emergency”
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Our workforce has their origin in the countries: Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, In general they speak their mothertongue and other languages like English, German and sometimes even Dutch. If you would like your employee to speak a certain language then we can select the correct workforce for you. Depending on the availability at that … Continue reading “Does your workforce speak Dutch?”
We generally provide our staff with a basic set of tools to work with. On request we can provide them with specific tools. Please indicate to your accountmanager which tools the worker needs to have in his tool kit. Please check out the page Safety & Tools where you can find more information.
Yes. In general our staff is capable of working independently. They are well trained and have multiple years experience in their trade. Please indicate to your accountmanager that the desired temporary worker needs to work independently and they will select the right worker from our workforce.
This is possible. We have employees with the VCA certificate in our workforce. Please indicate to your account manager that VCA certificate is required for your project or your company.
Yes; Larex has an official registration as an approved agency in Belgium. Temporary staff of Larex is allowed to work in Belgium. For administrative purposes: please inform Larex beforehand when work will be carried out in Belgium so that we can do the appropriate paperwork. If you have questions regarding the use of temporary staff … Continue reading “Can the temporary staff of Larex work on projects in Belgium?”
Yes; Larex has a contract with HollandZorg, a collective health insurance provider for foreign temporary workers in the Netherlands. Please fill in the authorization form you receive when you start working for Larex. Larex will arrange the health insurance with HollandZorg for you. The health insurance costs will be deducted from your salary automatically. If … Continue reading “Does Larex have a health insurance for temp workers?”
Sofi number, is neccesary to work legally in the Netherlands. You can apply for a Sofi number at Dutch governmental institutions and you can authorize Larex in writing to attange a Sofi number for you. It will take about 10 days to receive a Sofi number, and during the holiday this could take even more … Continue reading “How to get sofi number (BSN number) and how long does it take?”
This is only possible if you have a family health insurance policy in your homeland. The registration of your family members can be done via the E106 form. The health insurance organisation will proces this automatically. Please note that the insurance for your family will not be registered at HollandZorg, but at CVZ (the parent … Continue reading “Can I get health insurance for my wife and children in The Netherlands?”