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    Payroll Rendement 2021-08

    Cutting employee-related costs through these tips

    Keeping employee-related costs in check! Although the end of the coronavirus pandemic is finally approaching, your organization may have suffered severe financial damage by now and you are looking to cut some costs. Even if this is not the case, it is still wise to see if you can reduce employee-related costs, without having to drastically change the terms of employment. This article will list various tips on how to save money on staff. Before you can start saving money on staff, it is important to first know exactly what employee-related costs your organization incurs. Only then is it possible to see whether or not you can cut these costs without impacting employees’ salaries too much. Or alternatively, to see whether or not you can (...)

    Reduced Awf premiums as of August 2021

    As of August 1, the Awf premiums will definitively be reduced for the remainder of 2021. A different date applies if you file your payroll tax returns every four weeks, however, in which case the reduction will go into effect on August 16 (i.e. tax period 9). Per employee, an employer pays a set percentage of an employee’s wages as Awf premium into the ‘Algemeen werkloosheidsfonds (General Unemployment Fund). There are two types of Awf (...)