Laws and regulations

For many organisations, hiring external professionals in a manner that complies with all the relevant regulations while also minimising procedural red tape and costs is easier said than done. One thing that must always be taken into account is the ever-changing laws and regulations.

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For many years now, we have seen a whole series of laws governing work, and particularly flexible employment relationships: the Work and Security Act (WWZ), the Assessment of Employment Relationships (Deregulation) Act (Wet DBA) and the Labour Market Fraud (Bogus Schemes) Act (WAS). In addition, the hiring of professionals is subject to the Placement of Personnel by Intermediaries Act (WAADI, amended in 2012 and 2020), the Public Procurement Act (amended in 2016) and the General Data Protection Regulation (2018). The Balanced Labour Market Act (WAB) was added to this list as of 1 January 2020. Does your organisation currently comply with all the regulations when hiring professionals? What factors must be taken into account when hiring professionals in a lawful process that complies with all the regulations?

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