Welcome to Timing!
This year, In Person has become part of Timing. Timing aims to be the specialist for hands-on work. To achieve this ambition, we have joined forces under the name Timing. Focussing on one brand allows us to further improve and expand our service to you.
Below we outline what this means for you.
Are you looking for work?
Carrying on under a joint name means we can offer you more job opportunities. Visit timing.nl or check the Timing app for an overview of all available jobs.
Are you currently working?
Your job and work duties won't change. You'll simply see the new name in our communications with you. This means, among other things, that your payslip and the staff portal will look different. From 26 December, you will be required to work form the Timing portal (Mijn Timing). We will send you an email with a username and password for this purpose.
As a result of the transition to Timing, you will receive a new contract per 30 December 2019. As mentioned earlier, the transition won't have any consequences for your job or work duties. Your hourly wages will also continue to be in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement (CAO) of the company where you are working. We are currently in the process of creating new contracts and adding them to your Mijn Timing portal. On 27 December at the latest, the portal will be completely updated with new contracts so that you can resume work with accurate conditions as of 30 December. If you have any questions regarding this, please submit your question in the usual manner in Top Desk.
You can find all information here
From now on, you can find all information that is relevant for you, such as your payslip and your hours worked, in the Mijn Timing portal. On 20 December, you will receive your new username and password to log in to the portal, so be sure to check your mailbox regularly.
All payslips and your income statement for 2019 can be found using your current In Person login details. Your payslips and income statements will remain available until 29 December 2019. Do you have any questions or is anything still unclear? Submit your question in Top Desk!