Wage portage, the ideal solution for your specific needs for experts and qualified professionals
In an increasingly fragile and uncertain economic context, many companies seek to outsource and subcontract part of their services or projects. Their objective is to minimize the costs due to recruitments while benefiting from the skills of qualified experts.
The use of wage portage to meet specific occasional needs is now the most obvious solution.
This flexible and secure alternative allows the client company to call on freelancers or independent consultants to carry out one-off assignments without having to recruit them within the company. They intervene as paid employees and are paid only for the tasks performed.
Even if the needs of society are sometimes complex or very specific,wage portage is the adequate solution since it offers the advantage of choosing profiles from a national network of experts with recognized skills.
Wage portage is indeed the ideal solution to ensure the development of a company, improve its productivity and increase its turnover.
However, the use of this device is now much more regulated since the new government ordinance issued in April 2015 . This ordinance stipulates that the client company can only use wage portage for occasional tasks that do not fall within its normal and permanent activity, or for specific tasks requiring expertise which it does not have internally.
The benefits of wage portage are nonetheless numerous for client companies, in particular:
Flexibility in human resources
- Manage the assignment of personnel according to the needs of the company,
- Facilitate the study of variations in employee activities,
- Optimize the recruitment task within the company.
Flexibility in management
- Simplify administrative, accounting and legal management,
- Avoid links of subordination,
- Facilitate the allocation of research and staff training costs,
- Reduce fixed charges.
Control of subcontracting
- Control your budget statement,
- Outsource adequate tasks,
- Harmonize subcontracting conditions,
- Set a flat rate for access to skills.