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De Jager Detachering

Are you looking for work?

We're here to help you find a job in the Netherlands. We look for workers from the Netherlands and the rest of Europe for our clients. In this region, there is a great deal of work in the agriculture and horticulture sectors, e.g. at fruit farms, and for the processing of onions and other fruit and vegetables. In addition, we offer jobs such as processing shellfish or fish, in the metal industry and in the recycling industry. This work primarily consists of sorting/packing products and cleaning or harvesting work.

At De Jager Detachering, you can count on good employment conditions, such as a full implementation of the client's collective labour agreement/terms of employment. You will receive an employment contract based on the ABU Collective Labour Agreement (Federation of Private Employment Agencies).

We also want you to feel at home as quickly as possible and, if necessary, we can provide you with good accommodation and transportation. This accommodation is located at our own sites and, at the very least, adheres to SNF certification requirements. This means you always have a stable living situation.

We find transparency very important. That is why we always make clear agreements, so the client and employee are never faced with unpleasant surprises.

In short: we're reliable and flexible. That is De Jager Detachering in a nutshell.

 Want to get to work and ready for a challenge? Register with us and we’ll find you suitable work.

You can register online or contact:

 De Jager Detachering

Address Hoofdweg 60
Postcode 4411 NA
Village Rilland
Email address info@dejagerdetachering.com

For Romania: De Jager Detachering Romania

Phone number +40(0)731172038
Email address recruitment@dejagerdetachering.com
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010538779369

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