Benefits of employee leasing
If your company has the optimum number of in-house employees, but there is a need for a specific skill, you can consider employee leasing. Whether your company produces truck parts or prints posters, sometimes there is a need for an extra worker. Employee leasing can be a great solution that doesn’t require a long-term commitment. Employee leasing saves time and money because your company doesn’t have to create an HR department.
What is employee leasing?
Employee leasing is often used by business owners looking for additional employees, such as during the season of increased production or harvest. Such an employee is paid by the employee leasing agency that represents him. Your company deals directly with the agency and not with the employee. Therefore, it is up to the agency to pay the salary of such a worker and take care of the paperwork. Leasing may cover just one highly qualified person or it may extend to as many as a team of people.
To take advantage of employee leasing, several conditions must be met. It is necessary to sign an agreement concluded between two employers (in the event of cooperation with Workafford, such a contract is concluded between the employer and our agency). In such an agreement, all rules and details about work should be specified, such as the type of work, the position, the duration of the leave, and remuneration. All rules should be clear for successful cooperation between employer and employee or a team of employees.
Leasing is very beneficial for companies looking for employees on a temporary basis. You do not need to be associated with the employee permanently. What is more, our employee leasing agency will handle all formalities for you. It’s only necessary to pay the appropriate fee for “loaning” the employee. In conjunction with our partnership with experienced lawyers, our agency can offer full support in tax and employment law of your country and formal issues related to employee leasing. Owing to this, each stage of cooperation is completely safe and, above all, legal for both sides.
We have been in the industry for years and we follow changes in legal regulations regarding labor law. We’re flexible, so we can respond to all your needs, regardless of the form of preferred employment or the number of employees.