Working in Switzerland, what do you need to know?

Working abroad is interesting and enriching. Especially in the fresh Swiss mountain air. But how do you handle that properly? TCP Solutions helps you on your way swiftly. These are the most important things to know before you start working in Switzerland. Swiss residence permit There are several different types of residence permits in Switzerland. […]

Working in Germany, what do you need to know?

Europe’s biggest economy is very appealing to people looking to do business. However, lots needs to be arranged for those who want to work in Belgium. What are the most important things you need to know? We have listed them. German work permit EU citizens qualify for a German residence permit fairly easily. If you […]

We know the most-wished word for 2017!

Last December we thought it’d be a great idea to send everyone around the globe a personal wish. But since we didn’t exactly know everyone on this planet, we asked all our employees to send around their wishes across the globe. The campaign was very successful! Over a hundred words were sent all across the […]

Changes to Employment costs for 2014

As of January 1st 2014 the employment costs imposed on Employers hiring individuals in a large number of European countries has increased. As an employer in 13 European countries, TCP has been forced to react to these changes in order to comply with mandatory regulations. The disappointing result is that the cost of employment has, […]

Whitepaper: Dutch law DBA The purpose, the consequences and the (in)securities

As of January 1st 2014 the employment costs imposed on Employers hiring individuals in a large number of...

Temporary work: Modern slavery or economic opportunity?

According to the German Federal Employment Agency, temporary employment has increased steadily in the past few years in Germany with over 900,000 contractors employed in 2012. Compared to other European countries, Germany has an above average number of contractors. Read More
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