Recruitment companies in Belgium
are incorporated in order to provide recruitment services
to both the employers
and the employee
. Companies wishing to find a candidate who suits best to the job description
can address to a recruitment agency
, which can act on the behalf of the employers
in this sense; at the same time, persons seeking to be employed can request the assistance the recruitment agents
. Such companies can offer a wide variety of services, which can be further explained by our team of Belgian company formation specialists
Recruitment environment available in Belgium
Foreign investors who want to establish a recruitment company in Belgium
should know the characteristics of the local environment related to the ways in which individuals can be employed.
Member states of the European Union are part of an integrate system of employment, which is the European Employment Service, a body providing information on the job vacancies available in each country.
operates under this service, as well as on an internal structure, comprised of public or private employment agencies
. Belgian public employment system
is established by region; for example, the main service available in the capital city, Brussels, is the Office Regional Bruxellois de L’Emploi, while other regions of the country use the assistance of Services Subregionaux de l’Emploi (Subregional Employment Services
The private system is represented by small or medium size companies, which provide local, national or international employment services
. Such businesses rely on a large database of persons seeking a job in Belgium
, established in accordance with their level of specialization. By applying different methods, employment agencies
can assess the qualities of the individuals and offer only the most suitable candidates; our team of Belgium company formation agents
can provide more details on this matter.
Establishing a legal entity for the recruitment company
There are several legal entities
under which a recruitment company can be incorporated in Belgium
. They can be chosen by the investors in accordance with the rights and obligations given by each business form.
The most common business form is the private limited liability company
and it is most suitable for small or medium sized companies; the shareholders are liable for the company’s debts only in respect to the shares owned in the company.
Another type of legal entity is the public limited liability company, which requires the association of minimum two shareholders.