To register with us, it's super easy and quick!

Go to our website, go to the "Candidates" section, and click on "I'm presenting myself for the first time".

Then, simply fill in the fields of the form and upload your CV. Please note! Fields marked with an * are mandatory.

Take the time to read the terms and conditions, check the box to confirm your wish to register with us.

Once your registration is complete, you will receive a password to log in later to your personal space.

In your personal space, you can:

  • complete your registration data so that we can get to know you better

  • download your ID card, your driver's license, and any other useful certificate or diploma in your job search

  • change your password

  • have an overview of all the offers you have applied for with us

  • save job searches by criteria and receive alerts

  • if you have worked for us, you can also make requests for administrative documents, such as a copy of your contract, your payslip, an individual account, a C4, ...

Attention! Check your account regularly and don't forget to update it (phone number, CV, ...).

Questions? Feel free to contact the nearest agency to you.

See you soon! 😊

No. We do not charge any fees to candidates and temporary workers.

The revenue of a temporary agency is generated by charging client companies for recruitment services.

Temporary work is a form of staff provision.

The worker is hired by the temporary agency but performs his services within the user company. The temporary worker is therefore not directly hired by the company in which he works but enjoys the same rights as other workers, whether it be in terms of salary, working hours, protection against accidents at work, or social security benefits.

We speak of a tripartite relationship:

  1. The temporary employment agency = the company that hires the temporary worker to make him available to a user to perform temporary work.

  2. The temporary worker = the worker who enters into a temporary employment contract with the temporary employment agency to be made available to a user.

  3. The user = the company that calls upon a temporary employment agency to temporarily have access to a worker.

From a legal point of view, the performance of temporary work involves the conclusion of two agreements:

  • A temporary employment contract between the temporary worker and the temporary employment agency.

  • A commercial contract between the temporary employment agency and the user.

There is no contract concluded between the temporary worker and the user.

Throughout the duration of the temporary assignment, the temporary employment agency remains the sole legal employer of the temporary worker and not the user where the work is performed. However, the temporary employment agency transfers the exercise of de facto employer authority to the user. It is therefore the user who gives instructions to the temporary worker regarding the work to be performed.

During the period when the temporary worker works at the user's premises, the user is responsible for applying the provisions of legislation on working hours and safety at work applicable at the workplace.

What about salary?

The remuneration of the temporary worker cannot be lower than that to which he would have been entitled if he had been hired under the same conditions as a permanent worker by the user.

The concept of remuneration must be understood in a broad sense. It also includes all the benefits to which permanent workers of the user company are entitled (e.g., meal vouchers, eco-vouchers...) on the same terms.

However, please note that it is possible to deviate from the principle of equal pay when equivalent benefits are granted in a CBA of the joint committee for temporary work.

You found one of our job offers interesting and you want to apply?

We explain here the different steps of the process:


We encourage applications via our website.

All our offers are available on our website and are updated daily.

We also regularly post on Facebook, LinkedIn, Indeed, and the Forem. In general, we include a link to the offer on our website each time. You just need to click on "Apply".

If you are already registered with us, you will be asked for your login and password.

If you have not done so already, you can register online by following the instructions on our website.

Initial Interview:

If your CV matches the criteria required by our client, you will be contacted by a recruiter from the agency. The purpose of this interview is to verify the match between your profile and the criteria required by our client for the vacant position.

Skills Assessment:

Depending on the industry sectors, you may be assessed on specific skills necessary for the proposed missions. This may include technical skills tests, software assessments, written exams, psychometric tests, etc.

Reference Checks:

With your consent, we will contact your former employers or other professional references to obtain additional information about your skills and behavior at work.

Background Checks:

Some positions may require background checks. This depends on the type of work and the requirements of the client company (e.g., school bus driver, security guard, ...).

Presentation to Clients:

If you are selected by the recruiter, they will present your application to the client company. The agency often acts as an intermediary between you and the client company.

Acceptance of the Mission:

If the client company is interested in your application and if you are still interested in the mission, you can start your temporary contract!

Mission Follow-up:

We make it a point to follow your progress. We will contact you to see if your mission is going well. We will also contact our client to ensure they are satisfied with your performance.

End of Mission:

Your mission may end because you have been hired by the company on a fixed-term or permanent contract! It is also possible that the mission ends for different reasons (one of the parties is not satisfied or the duration of the mission was defined from the start – this is the case in a replacement for contract suspension or in case of increased workload, for example).

In this case, don't worry! You are now registered with us and we will not hesitate to offer you other missions. On your side, keep checking our offers and applying!

Your CV is like your business card! It presents "who you are".

Through your personal data, your studies, training, various experiences, the employer should be able to assess your abilities for the proposed job. It is based on the CV that the employer will choose you for a job interview. It represents therefore a first step towards your future job!

Attention! Be honest when you send your CV. Do not invent experiences you haven't had, don't present yourself as trilingual when you are not.

Practically, how should the CV be presented?

  • On white paper. 
  • Format: A4. Margin of 2.5 cm. It must be typed. 
  • The best CVs are sometimes the shortest: at most 2 pages if you have many experiences. The employer will appreciate your conciseness and your ability to summarize.

What should be mentioned?

  • Your contact details (last name, first name, nationality, address, phone number, email), but also: your date of birth, your marital status. If you have a vehicle, indicate it.
  • Your studies and training: present your diplomas in order of completion (most recent first). It is unnecessary to mention your primary education if you have a secondary education diploma, etc.
  • Your experiences: here, everything is good (but not anything of course!) to highlight your personality. It is not essential to have already worked: a stay abroad, an activity, an internship, can highlight your abilities for autonomy and adaptation. Also start with your most recent experiences. It is advisable to indicate: the start date, the end date, the name of the employer, and the job title. You can also, in a few words, summarize your tasks. Languages: be honest, do not pretend to be perfectly trilingual if you are not! But do not underestimate yourself either!
  • Mention your mother tongue and the others by distinguishing between spoken and written.
  • Computer skills: not to be forgotten of course. Hobbies: cultural or sports... List your activities only if they reveal some of your qualities (team spirit, artistic aptitude...).

During a job interview, adopting the right attitudes is as important as presenting your professional skills!

Here are some tips to help you make a good impression:

Prepare yourself: Research the company, its sector of activity, and the position you are applying for. Having in-depth knowledge shows your interest and motivation.

Arrive on time: Show your commitment by arriving at the scheduled time. This demonstrates your punctuality and seriousness.

Dress appropriately: Choose an outfit suitable for the professional sector and the level of the company. A well-groomed appearance contributes to giving a positive first impression.

Greet with confidence: When you meet your interviewer, shake hands firmly, show politeness, and establish eye contact. This demonstrates your confidence and professionalism.

Listen attentively: Be attentive to the questions asked and take the time to understand before answering. This shows that you are focused and ready to collaborate effectively.

Respond in a structured manner: Organize your answers clearly and concisely. Highlight your relevant skills and experiences for the position.

Highlight your achievements: Don't hesitate to talk about your past successes and how you positively contributed in your previous professional experiences.

Show your interest: Ask questions about the company, the role, and expectations. This demonstrates your enthusiasm and desire to invest in the company.

Stay positive: Avoid speaking negatively about your past experiences or previous employers. Stay focused on what you can bring positively.

Follow-up after the interview: Send a thank-you email after the interview to express your gratitude and reiterate your interest in the position.

By adopting these attitudes, you demonstrate not only your professional skills but also your personal qualities and your ability to integrate positively into the team.

First, know that your future employer is not allowed to ask you intrusive questions about your religion, philosophical beliefs, private life, political inclinations, or union membership. While they have the right to inquire about your marital status, they cannot ask female candidates if they are pregnant.

However, while the employer cannot pose intrusive questions regarding your private life, you must answer honestly regarding your professional skills, education, and experiences. Falsifying your background could lead to contract termination for serious professional misconduct.

The employer's questions will aim to verify if you have the abilities for the job offered and to understand your personality and aspirations.

Here are some examples of questions:

  • Tell me about yourself? 
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • How was your education/training?
  • Why did you choose such studies?
  • What did they bring you?
  • What is your career plan? 
  • What do you want to do?
  • Why this sector, this position, this company?
  • What is important for you in this job?
  • How do you see your career in the medium term?
  • What benefits would we have in hiring you?
  • How do you think you fit the position? 
  • What should you improve to effectively meet its requirements?
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • Tell me about your achievements?
  • What are your salary expectations?
  • What do others say about you?
  • What would you be most proud of in your work?
  • Are you willing to work in a team?
  • What is your geographical mobility?

As for you, don't hesitate to ask questions to your future employer! To do this, it's important that you have some knowledge of the sector you're applying for. You can, for example, research the company you applied to via its website.

Here are some examples of questions you could ask:

  • Is this a new position or a vacancy?
  • What is the nature of the job: permanent or temporary?
  • What are the service's objectives?
  • What qualities do you expect from a new collaborator?
  • What languages should I be proficient in?
  • Is the work done in groups or individually?
  • What is the atmosphere like in the team I will have to integrate into?
  • Are there any travel requirements abroad?
  • Are there any elements of my education/training that are particularly interesting to you?
  • How and when will I be informed of the decision?

Soft skills are behavioral competencies that are not specific to a job but play a crucial role in your daily work. Unlike technical skills, such as knowing how to use software, soft skills are more about personal and interpersonal qualities that influence how you interact with others in the professional world.

Here are some examples of important soft skills:

Communication: Are you able to express yourself clearly, both verbally and in writing, and listen attentively to what others have to say?

Collaboration: Can you work effectively with members of your team?

Adaptability: Are you comfortable with changes and able to adjust quickly?

Problem-solving: How do you analyze situations and find solutions?

Creativity: Do you have an innovative approach to your work and can you find original solutions?

Time management: How do you organize your time to be productive without feeling overwhelmed?

Empathy: Can you understand the feelings and perspectives of others?

Leadership: Are you able to inspire and motivate others, even without a formal leadership role?

Critical thinking: How do you objectively evaluate information to make informed decisions?

Ability to learn: Are you open to continuous learning and willing to acquire new skills?

When presenting your CV or during interviews, don't hesitate to highlight concrete examples of situations where you have successfully used these soft skills! This will help employers understand how you can positively contribute to their team and company.

The flexi-job represents an innovative solution for flexible employment.

Introduced in 2015, it was initially intended for the hospitality sector, but it has since expanded, now offering a multitude of opportunities in other sectors such as retail, hairdressing, sports, cinema, and even healthcare since 2023!

Why it's advantageous for you:

  1. Stress-free accumulation: If you're already working 4/5th of a full-time job with other employers, the flexi-job allows you to add an additional job. Yes, you read that right, more opportunities without sacrificing your balance!
  2. Retirees are welcome too: Retirees can also join the world of flexi-jobs, without worrying about time restrictions. It's like adding variety to your retirement!
  3. Diverse sectors: From retail to hairdressing, from sports to healthcare, there's a flexi-job waiting for you in different sectors. Explore and broaden your professional horizons!

How to proceed:

  1. Occupation at 4/5th: To land a flexi-job, make sure you're already occupied 4/5th of a full-time job with other employers. This is a prerequisite for joining the world of flexi-jobs!
  2. No prohibited accumulation: Be aware, you cannot combine a flexi-job contract with a 4/5th of a full-time regular contract with the same employer. 
  3. Specific contracts: Two contracts are required - one framework that defines the basics, and one specific for each flexi-job. Easy, right?

So, are you ready to add flexibility to your career? Take a look at flexi-job opportunities in various sectors and be part of this new convenient way of working!

Have you worked at least 65 days or 494 hours under a temporary contract between July 1st of the previous year and June 30th of the current year?

If so, you may be entitled to an end-of-year bonus! 😉

If you meet the requirements, you will receive a document from the Social Fund for Temporary Workers sometime in December. This document provides detailed explanations on how to claim this amount and its calculation method.

Didn't receive this document by the end of December?

Then contact the Social Fund for Temporary Workers. You can find all the details and contact information for the Social Fund by clicking on this link: