Tax-declarations, replacement and clothing requirements
1. You are responsible to declare your own taxes . VAT stands for ‘Value Added Tax’ and is short for the taxes you pay on the turnover you’ve made. You declare these taxes once every quarter.
2. In the case where you become sick - or encounter another reason why you won’t be able to make it to your shift - it’s your responsibility to find an adequate replacement. This is because the client with whom you entered the agreement is counting on you.
3.You are responsible for the right clothing. Some clients will give you this at the location, but in 9 out of 10 cases this is your own responsibility. This means you should carefully read through the clothing requirements. You can find these in the shift description of the client. It might come in handy to purchase a few basic items such as; black trousers and a white as well as a black formal shirt.