Social security legislation is complex. A combination of local rules and international treaties will define by which social security system an employee is covered.
A very important issue to address is the social security position of the employee (and their family members) living in one country and working in another country (or working in different countries) and for employees who are temporarily assigned to another country.
As a rule, the employee will be covered by the social security system of the country he is working. Provided certain conditions are met it is possible for the employee to remain exclusively covered by the home country social security system.
It is recommended to obtain social security advice in a timely manner for employees moving abroad and for employees living in one country and working in another country (or countries).
Our social security services comprise planning, advice on Dutch social security coverage, implementation of non-Dutch social security charges in the Dutch (shadow) payroll, claiming Dutch social security benefits.
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