Social security law: complex, but imperative

A must: dealing with social security

Not only the question of whether a staff member is obligated to meet social security requirements raises a host of highly complex questions. Dealing with social security per se also constitutes a very wide-ranging field for human resource managers at companies. We support you on all key issues relating to company and private social security law. From the design of contractual agreements to defending and asserting your interests with government authorities and support in social security audits all the way to representing you as your legal counsel in the social courts: dhpg is at your side with its experts at the ready.

Always well-advised: your social security law experts

Contact us if you need to:

  • set clear lines demarcating free-lance work as opposed to a dependent employment relationship and put this on a secure footing in the form of contractual agreements
  • carry out proceedings to determine the status of managing directors, family members and self-employed staff as well as represent your company in challenge, objection and court proceedings
  • assess casual employment from a social security perspective
  • obtain assistance and support in audits to determine whether your company has fulfilled social security requirements conducted by the Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund in all areas of statutory social security
  • avoid liability for social security contributions owed by subcontractors

International posting and insurance interests

Are you planning to post staff members abroad? Then you should take advantage of the many years of international experience of dhpg in providing legal counsel and advice, human resources management, payroll accounting and tax advice.

Legal counsel and advice/ social security law

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