By law, “short-term employment” is limited to 70 days per year. If you work for more than 70 days, both the employer and the employee have to retroactively pay social security contributions for the 70 days already worked. The 70-day limit applies across the board to more than one employer, i.e. if you have other short-term jobs, the days you work on all these short-term jobs are added together. It is therefore very important for you to keep a complete overview of the days you have worked and to always keep us regularly informed of the days worked in any other short-term employment, for example by sending an email to

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