FAQ - Employee
If you are a resident of the European Union, you can work in Belgium. People resident outside the EU need a valid work permit to work in Belgium. More information about working in Belgium is available here.
Yes, we provide accommodation. Of course, you can also arrange your own accommodation if you prefer.
If you have seen a job that looks interesting, you can apply directly. You can also submit an open application if you can’t find exactly what you are looking for, and we can look together to see if we have something suitable.
You can call or e-mail us any time. Once you have decided to come to Belgium, we will help you connect to the MyAxintor app. This app provides all the information you need, all your relevant documents and a means of getting in touch with us.
Sure. We can provide you with a bike, a scooter or a car that you can use to travel to and from work.
Our coordinator will be standing by to meet you and will provide you with all the information you need. Your HR consultant will tell you everything you need to know about your job.
FAQ - Employer
Once we receive your approval, we start looking for the right person who can fill the vacancy as soon as possible. For technical profiles this generally takes two to three weeks. If the job does not have any technical requirements, we can find motivated people within five working days.
That varies from person to person. Someone who is currently employed may have a notice period. On average, it takes about two weeks from the time of confirmation. People generally travel during a weekend, but occasionally they arrive at our accommodation in the middle of the week. The day after arrival, we arrange an intake interview at our office. The HR consultant and the employee meet and sort out all necessary paperwork, and the employee can start work the next day.
Not at all. When we register the vacancy, we take note of the language requirements for successful participation in the company. Our temp workers usually speak English, French or German and have extensive knowledge of sector-specific terms. If challenges do arise due to language difficulties, we are always on hand to interpret and translate.
Our recruitment sectors are food, technical, metal, manufacturing, building and construction, transport and logistics, agriculture, and hospitality and catering.
Of course. We have plenty of experience in the recruitment of skilled seasonal workers.
We focus on recruiting foreign workers, people from Poland, Romania, Spain and Portugal. But naturally, we would never discriminate against any Belgian worker wanting to work with us. We can competently handle salary administration for both foreign and Belgian workers.
No. We do not discriminate. Our selection process is based on the competencies, experience and training requirements that you provide in your job descriptions.
No, we take care of absolutely everything so you don’t have to. We look for accommodation as close to your premises as possible. Transportation depends on the distance from the accommodation to the workplace, and we provide workers with a bike, scooter or car as appropriate.
We calculate our fee by multiplying the worker’s salary by a coefficient. The coefficient is not fixed, but depends on the scarcity of the profile group and the volume of the commission.
No, they can continue to work for you for as long as you both like.
If you are not happy, we will work with you to evaluate the situation and find a solution. If this doesn’t help, we will look for a new candidate. Contracts are weekly and can be terminated without incurring a fee.
After 135 days you are free to offer the temp worker a permanent contract. We are always happy when that happens, because it’s all about the perfect match!
Absolutely! You can count on us to determine the most efficient way of paying your employees.
We have three offices, in Veurne (Veurne and Oostende region), Roeselare (Brugge, Roeselare and Kortrijk region) and Ieper.