Temporary employment is also referred to as temporary or loaned work. To obtain a permit for this, you must submit an application to the relevant employment agency. The permit is issued by the employment agency for a limited period of one year. It can be granted for an unlimited period if you have been permitted to work for three consecutive years. When hiring out employees, you must ensure, among other things, that the principle of equality and the collective agreements are correctly applied, the maximum duration of the temporary employment is respected, temporary workers are classified correctly and in accordance with the work they actually perform, the minimum wages and the reimbursement of expenses are paid and the provisions of the Part-Time Work and Fixed-Term Employment Act are complied with, remuneration and compensation benefits as well as holiday or holiday pay are correctly granted (also during periods of non-employment), wage tax and contributions to all branches of social insurance are correctly paid. The Employment Agency will check whether you are complying with the regulations by means of company audits.