Are you going to work abroad, temporarily or for the longer term? As an expat you will have a different employment relationship with your employer. Existing employment conditions will most likely change. Sometimes foreign law applies to your employment contract and another entity may become the contractual party. Often a new or additional (employment) contract will be required. In addition, when you are seconded, work permits, tax payment and social security protection play a big role. In the event of an imminent redundancy or dismissal, an expat in a foreign environment will be extra vulnerable.
We specialize in cross-border employment and can assist you as an expat. We know what challenges you will face and we are qualified to advise you on your legal position and strategic options.
- Is the strategic partner and advisor of expats
- Focuses on your interests and a trusted relationship
- Takes all aspects of your expat position into account
- Provides cross-border advice
- Thinks and acts in a multidisciplinary and solution-oriented way