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Payroll Turkey is the solution for those who wish to try the adventure of entrepreneurship while retaining their employee status. Professionals in this sector will enact their best practices through a voluntary standard.

Reconciling freedom of enterprise and social benefits, Payroll Turkey has found its place. Its principle: the entrepreneur does not directly bill the customer for the service, but indirectly pays for it through a Payroll company. The latter pays him a salary and fulfills, for him, the legal fiscal and administrative obligations.

Beyond the legal framework set by the recent collective agreement, the actors of Payroll expressed the need to record their good practices in a reference document.

 A standard for setting the terms and conditions for Payroll Turkey Company

By formalizing the operational aspects of this new form of employment, the standard intends to simplify its implementation and application. “Standardization work must, in particular, make it possible to set the requirements for the organization and definition of information documents, for transparency on the costs and expenses related to the activity of employees.

They also focus on the control of the required skills, the implementation and monitoring of the service, as well as the measurement of the quality of the service, “explains our consultant, at the Payroll Turkey conference”This demand for standardization of the sector comes at a time when we note a tendency, for entrepreneurs who need agility in their actions, to give priority to vigilance in the management of their activities,” says Cihan Ozbulut, head of project at our Payroll Solutions Turkey Company, which will lead the standardization committee. In fact, there is a strong mobilization among players in the sector at the national level but also for payroll companies working internationally. A hedge which then raises other questions relating to the use of currencies, the realization of specific advances, insurance coverage or even different tax rules.



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