keep us updatedAlright thanks a lot mate there have tried to get in touch with a few agencies one is ringing me up tomorrow I will some more research on what you have mentioned
you need to be working in the Netherlands and after a couple of weeks you will be approached to do work on the side, usually by the woman of the house. they prefer uk labour as they finish the work, they call the dutch man useless as he is always in so much hurry he never completes the work , he is "going to come back later" and you never see him again.Cheers for all information mate what would be the best way to advertise to work on the black market or do you have any agencies you can recommend and I don't suppose your looking for any extra staff even temporary
we have no contracts in the Netherlands at this time.Alright ok cheers mate I have plenty of references website and Facebook page am getting in touch with a few agencies is there any chance of me working along side you for a little bit to pick up how you work over here by any chance cheers
if you live in the Netherlands you will pay 44% TAX, for uk residents you can pay the tax over here at a much lower rate. but you have the upkeep of a home in uk and bed and breakfast in Netherlands.
Hi guys am thinking of working abroad I have meet a few people on site who said Amsterdam Netherlands would be a good place does anyone have any contacts out there cheers
hi I no it was posted back in 2016 but did u have any luck finding work in Netherlands??in the process in looking for plastering agenecs thanks
f**k me malc you know your Holland?i bet you speak fluent Dutch aswell ??if you live in the Netherlands you will pay 44% TAX, for uk residents you can pay the tax over here at a much lower rate. but you have the upkeep of a home in uk and bed and breakfast in Netherlands.
most people rent on the continent, if you are able to rent a flat it will be very low rent, but under dutch law it is yours for life and you can not be evicted even if you never make any payment. so most of the time the flats are left empty.
i do not know how plastering compares to other trades, but there is and agreed rate of pay for both housing and extra for commercial works. the choice the customer has is the starting date, non of this stupid british idea that another company can do the work cheaper.
no 110v tools, 240v only. 110v is considered to dangerous as it will hold you on the current, 240v will throw you off the current. hard hats are not required on site.
everyone in the Netherlands can speak english. when i am working in Netherlands you soon pick the lingo up.f**k me malc you know your Holland?i bet you speak fluent Dutch aswell ??
Interesting stuff malc any more info on Holland ??everyone in the Netherlands can speak english. when i am working in Netherlands you soon pick the lingo up.
the dutch call the northern area that was reclaimed from the sea 'Holland' the rest of the country is the Netherlands.