Hours worked must be sent by email to email@example.com before 4pm on a Monday. Only those time sheets that are returned on time are processed in that week. Take a clear picture of your timesheet and submit it.
Payslips are sent out by email after 5pm on Wednesdays.
Veritec pays wages on Wednesdays. If a public holiday should fall on a Wednesday and the office be closed, we will make payments 1 or 2 days later. The wages arrive in your bank account about 24 hours after the payment.
Your CV and a valid proof of identity. You will fill in a registration form at the office. Don’t forget to bring your bank account details.
Successive employment practices apply if the temporary employee performs the same or similar work at the same workplace, but under an employment contract with another employer. The temporary worker’s position in successive employment is determined in accordance with Article 18 of the NBBU Collective Labour Agreement.
There is a pension scheme that provides for pension accrual for temporary employees aged 21 and over. A distinction is made between temporary workers working in week 26 to week 78 within the phase system (Basic Pension Scheme) and temporary employees who have already completed the first 78 weeks within the phase system or who have entered into a temporary employment contract according to the period system and the chain system (Plus Pension scheme).
You will build 16 hours of holiday for every month worked full-time or a proportional part of it if you work part-time.
For your break times, the following rules will be honoured unless otherwise specified by the client:
There are only 2 situations in which you may work without taking a break:
You call in sick on your first day of illness. You can do this before 9:30am by calling 033-7600251. Please note that calling in sick with retroactive effect is not possible. You also report the illness to the client yourself.
On the first working day after your illness, you report your recovery again to Veritec via the telephone number 033-7600251.
When you work, you receive a salary, but you also build up reservations. A certain percentage of your gross salary is set aside each week. You can request this, for example during holidays. You build up reservations for days off, holiday pay, and short-term absenteeism in a phase A contract with an agency clause (e.g. for a visit to a doctor and/or a dentist).
For phase 1 and 2 with an agency clause, two waiting days apply. You will not receive a benefit on these waiting days. To compensate for one waiting day, you receive ‘waiting time compensation’ as part of your salary. From the third day that you are ill, you are entitled to benefit according to the Sickness Benefits Act (Ziektewet). This benefit is 91% of your average daily wage for the first 52 weeks. After that, up to a total of 104 weeks, your benefit will be 80% of your average daily wage. One waiting day applies for phases 3 and 4.
We do everything in our power to ensure that you are happy in your work, and that you are employed by a company where you feel at home. However, complaints do sometimes arise. In that case, we want to help you as much as possible. You can always get in touch with your contact person at Veritec. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.