Working abroad as an expat
Are you going to work abroad temporarily or long-term? As an expat, you will have a different employment relationship with your employer. Terms and conditions of employment may change. Sometimes foreign legislation is applicable, and a different entity becomes the contractual party. Often, a new or additional (employment) agreement is required. Moreover, work permits, tax payments and the protection of national insurance play a major role in case of secondments. Where dismissal looms, an expat in a foreign environment is particularly vulnerable.
We are specialised in transnational employment and can assist you as an expat. We know what you will be dealing with, and we are pleased to advise you on your legal status and strategic choices.
Pallas Employment Lawyers is a discussion partner and advisor of expats. A personal approach and relationship of trust are essential to us. Our lawyers take all aspects of your position into consideration. We advise transnationally, and work together with employment law specialists abroad. Pallas Employment Lawyers thinks and acts in a multidisciplinary and solution-oriented manner.
What makes us different?
We are specialists in employment law with an international focus, who choose a personal approach for our clients.
We do not make things more difficult than they need to be. Legal issues are already complicated enough, so you will not receive legal opinions full of dangers and uncertainties from us. We translate this clearly for you and are pleased to explain the various options.
How can we be of assistance?
- Cross-border employment
- Cross-border secondment
- Applicable law
- Employment agreements
- Terms and conditions of employment
- Dismissal and employment disputes
- Mediation in employment disputes