As an employer, you have a lot of rights, obligations and responsibilities. When hiring a knowledge migrant there are even more duties. Payroll is a good solution for employers who want to be unburdened by all of this. By relinquishing all administrative tasks and risks of the employer, such as salary payments, drawing up employment contracts and absenteeism, one can focus on doing business again.
The following way of calculating costs is also known as the all-in-1 payroll rate. This payroll rate actually includes all costs that come with someone who is employed. You will therefore not receive a separate invoice for holiday pay and holidays taken! The all-in-1 payroll rate includes the following (see chart)
The all-in-1 payroll rate has a number of advantages for you as an employer. The biggest advantage is that you do not run any risks as an employer. You know the exact payroll costs per month and you only pay for the period that has been agreed in advance. You will therefore not receive an extra invoice during public holidays, vacation periods or illness. Moreover, you do not have to deal with your employee administration, which saves you time that you can devote to other important tasks in the workplace, such as recruiting new employees, performance reviews, career guidance, etc.
Moreover, it is also nice for your employees to be on the payroll of HumanR. They are assured of monthly salary that is paid on time and correctly. We are also able to answer all their salary-related questions. Would you like to use our services, but first would like to know more about the costs? We respond promptly and can provide an attractive offer.
Did you know that a minimum salary has been set for highly skilled migrants? Standard amounts are indexed annually. As of January 1, 2022 (until December 31, 2022), the gross monthly salary excluding holiday allowance is as follows:
Example: with a 3-month contract, a 30 years old Highly Skilled Migrant is paid out 3 x € 4,840.00 = € 14,520.00
A highly skilled migrant who is 29 years of age and who signs a long-term contract will continue to receive the salary that he started with, even after his 30th birthday.