Report changes during international secondment
Like many modern economies, the Dutch market is highly dynamic and prone to change. Ask any Dutch employee and you’ll no doubt hear many stories about how quickly the march of progress has moved in the last few years, and how most of them have been affected by these changes. This is especially true for expats on international secondment in the Netherlands – working here can be an exhilarating ride of change and opportunity. It is important to remember, however, that you are required to report certain changes during international secondment. If you are not a permanent resident of the Netherlands, you must report any changes that might impact your international secondment. An overview of the most common changes you are required to report during international secondment has been provided below.
Which changes should I report during international secondment?
Depending on the terms of your contract, the amount of hours you work every week or month may fluctuate. Minor fluctuations are expected and allowed for, but if you start working less than one day a month in your country of residence during your international secondment you must report these changes. If your status needs to be revised, your employer will be notified of this. Other changes to report during international secondment are changes in address – moving to a new location may or may not alter your residential status. As a result, your contract or social insurance premiums may need to be changed. If you do not report these changes to your international secondment, important alterations to your status may be overlooked.
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Payroll Works’ Dutch Umbrella Company has worked with many expats over the years, and we know how important it is to keep your social insurance status up-to-date. But we also know how busy life can get during international secondment, and how long it takes to report these changes via the proper channels. That, then, is where our expertise comes in. By allowing us to report any changes to your international secondment for you, you can be certain your affairs are handled correctly and in a timely fashion. If you have any questions about our service or would like to know which additional changes you are required to report during international secondment, please contact us via phone or e-mail. Our professional staff is always happy to help you.