Everything you need to know about part-time work

Part-time work: what is it?

Part-time work consists of recruiting an employee through a third-party company, called time-sharing company (ETTP).

If you become a client of a time-sharing company (ETTP), this company can provide you with an employeepart-time or full-time.

What are the advantages of part-time work?

The use of time-sharing makes it possible to recruit an employee when your company encounters difficulties in hiring, due to its size or its means.

Furthermore, if your company becomes a client of a time-sharing company (ETTP), the latter can bring you advice on skills management and training. These tips can be a valuable resource if you are at the head of a small structure in need of this type of support.

How does part-time work make your business more attractive?

If you are looking to recruit, but your needs are limited to a few hours a week, using part-time work allows you to enhance the attractiveness of the job offered.

Indeed, the time-sharing company (ETTP) will be able to complete the few hours that you offer by making the employee available to other companies, allowing him to be employed full-time.

Part-time work: how does it work?

In the context of part-time work, the relationship between the recruited employee and your company is distributed as follows:

  • a employment contract binds the employee made available in your company to the time-sharing company (ETTP)
  • a provision contract binds your company to the work-sharing company (ETTP).

Thus, although the employee is made available in your company, his employment contract is concluded with the time-sharing company (ETTP), and not with your structure.

What is the situation of the employee in part-time work?

The employee has by default a permanent contract (CDI).

The remuneration of the employee made available in your company cannot be lower than that of an employee of your company occupying a similar job or with equivalent qualifications.

Finally, the seconded employee has access to public transport and facilities (a company restaurant, for example).

Part-time work: how to draw up the assignment contract?

the provision contract that binds your company to the timeshare company must indicate:

  • the nature and the Duration of the mission
  • the professional qualification of the employee
  • them specific characteristics of the position busy
  • the amount of compensation.

Using part-time work: what will you have to pay?

It is the timeshare company that is responsible for remunerating the employee made available in your company. She then sends you a invoice grouping together all the expenses advanced for the remuneration of the employee, but also service costs for the provision of an employee.

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