Do I need a BSN number to work in the Netherlands?
If you’re going to work as a caregiver, you don’t need one. You will work under a Slovak employment contract and pay taxes in Slovakia. If you will be working on a Dutch contract, you will need a BSN number. If you don’t already have one, your Dutch employer will help you with the paperwork.
If you work as caregiver, you will receive the salary 5th day of the month. If you work in the manufacturing industry in Slovakia, it depends on the company. The time span ranges from 10th to 15th day of the month.
Do families pay salary in cash at the end of the rotation?
Families in Germany, the Netherlands and England are not responsible for paying out salaries. Salary is paid out by our agency directly to the bank account 5th day of the month. However, In Austria, family pays the caregiver directly, the day they go home or the day before, as they work there as self-employed.
Of course, you can travel with any form of transport, even on your own. However, you must inform your manager before you arrange it. You can also discuss with your contact person which type of transport would suits you the most.
You will have your own contact person you can contact. At the same time, we also have an emergency service after office hours as well as on the weekends, when you will always find a responsible person who will be happy to help you if necessary.