Looking to deploy personnel in Belgium? Let’s meet.
Working together and help you understand the options and processes when employing personnel in Belgium is our mission.
Implementing a Belgian payroll is not only necessary when having an office in Belgium. Even without an office on Belgian territory, the setup of a so-called shadow payroll to withhold Belgian social security contributions and/or declare monthly wage withholding tax is necessary.
Together, we look for the most strategic and pragmatic solution, whilst making sure your company adheres to all mandatory regulations. We help you drafting the right employment contract for your employees and see to it that all mandatory social documents are in place.
We act as your trusted counsel on which you can rely for legal advice on remuneration packages, work regulations, HR-policies and all personnel related matters.
Bringing you peace of mind is our goal.
Setting up a business in Belgium can be a challenge.
Why work with xpatriate?
We go the extra mile and get things done in a professional and friendly manner.
- Assuring compliance from different perspectives
- Bringing you peace of mind is our goal
- Dedicated team of experts with hands-on approach
Want to learn more?
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are work regulations?
These are mandatory by law and contain all salary and working conditions applicable within a company.
- What is leave holiday pay?
When an employment contract comes to an end, the remaining and built-up holiday entitlement is paid out to the employee.
- What is double holiday pay?
On top of paid holidays, white-collar employees are also entitled to a holiday pay of 92% of the gross monthly salary.
- What are fringe benefits?
Benefits subject to a specific tax and social security rule that might constitute a taxable benefit.
It’s our business to bring
you peace of mind.
Sandrine Le Clef, xpatriate