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This is how employee leasing works

Employee leasing through BUCH MICH means legal and process security.

Minimise your risk with us: continued payment of wages and continued employment in the event of a fluctuating order situation are no longer in your organisation.

Save on internal personnel and administrative costs in payroll accounting.

We guarantee you absolute security in all employment matters.

We take over the time-consuming verification of individual employee status.

We handle the entire social security and tax assessment of employees.

As an employer, we pay 50 per cent of the social security contributions (pension, health, unemployment, accident and nursing care insurance).

All labour law regulations, such as protection against dismissal, maternity protection, working hours, occupational health and safety, federal holiday and continued payment laws are, of course, complied with in our contractual agreements.

Benefit from all the advantages of temporary employment with full flexibility and professional support from BUCH MICH at market rates.

Legal relationship in employee leasing

BUCH MICH Employee Leasing Infographics © BUCH MICH GmbH

Indefinite permit for the temporary assignment of workers

BUCH MICH is in possession of an indefinite permit for the temporary assignment of workers in accordance with Article 1 § 1 of the Temporary Employment Act (TEA). The necessary permit was issued by the Federal Employment Agency, Regional Directorate Düsseldorf on 02.06.2007.

Collective agreements applied

BUCH MICH is a member of the employers‘ association iGZ and fully applies the collective agreements between the Interessenverband Deutscher Zeitarbeitsunternehmen e.V. (iGZ) (Federal Employers‘ Association of Personnel Service Providers) and the member unions of the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB) as amended.

TEA Amendment

BUCH MICH makes it possible, through the application of the iGZ collective agreement, that in the first 9 months of the assignment of our employees, no obligation for equality (according to § 8 TEA) arises.

Compliance with the Minimum Wage Act

BUCH MICH pays more than the legal minimum wage to its employees.


The permission to hire out employees is transferred to the branch offices. The head office of the company is in Cologne.

Legal advice

Through close cooperation with lawyers, tax advisors and TEA experts, BUCH MICH is well informed in all current court rulings and legal changes of the German Federal Labour Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Your Contact Partners

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