Job seekers can also register at temporary employment agencies. These offices employ people as 'interim' workers.
Temporary employment is a form of legally admitted temporary work. There are 3 parties involved in temporary work: a temporary employment agency makes a contract with a temporary worker and makes the worker available to a user.
This temporary worker is attached to the employment agency by a contract. He or she therefore has the same rights as other employees regarding wages, working conditions and social protection.
The website Federgon (formerly Upedi) offers more information about working as a temporary force. The employment agencies may also specialize in various fields: construction, paramedical, office work, catering,...
Information on temporary work
- Federal Public Service Employment: interim work