What is your status?


Executive in activity
and mission in salary carrying
Employee - Official

cadre en recherche

Executive in research
or professional transition



jeune diplomé

Young graduate



Young graduate - Student

Wage portability is a secure way for young graduates to enter the world of work. Halfway between salaried employment and entrepreneurship, it allows young graduates to test their entrepreneurial skills while tasting the privileges of a company employee. Wage portability is then presented as the ideal solution to start an active life. Thanks to wage portage, companies that are reluctant to hire young graduates without experience can test their real abilities in the space of a mission.

Another advantage of wage portability for young graduates is that it provides them with the support they need to get off to a good start in professional life, and more particularly in the life of a self-employed worker. Indeed, even if the young person concerned seeks his or her own assignments and negotiates his or her own working conditions, the carrying company can help him or her by making proposals for assignments and providing income simulators that allow him or her to estimate the amount of fees to be billed if he or she wants to receive a given remuneration.

The porting company also relieves him of any administrative constraints, which allows him to devote himself entirely to his core business.
A way to remain autonomous while being an employee.

Independent - Freelance

The salary portage and the auto-entrepreneur status are two solutions that allow to test a new activity in the case of a solo creation, to those who wish to test alone an idea of activity.

Wage portability makes it possible first of all to benefit from the social protection of the general scheme... The auto-entrepreneur is a self-employed worker and therefore less well off at this level.

Starting by opting for wage portage means that you don't have to worry about the administrative management of the company: no structure to create, no invoices to issue, no accounting... The working conditions are almost identical to those of an employee.

In addition, the carried employee takes almost no risk and is covered by professional liability insurance.
The self-employed entrepreneur, as a self-employed person, has unlimited liability.
Finally, unlike the auto-entrepreneur scheme, wage portability is not capped at a certain amount of turnover.

Seniors and retirees

By using wage portage, seniors and retirees do not need to start a business to be able to carry out their mission. They create and develop their activity without having to create a legal structure for it. As soon as they find a mission, they are directly operational.
While retirement represents a real turning point in a person's life, it is no longer experienced in the same way.

Wage portability is also a way of promoting the expertise of seniors, without it being necessary for companies to hire them on fixed-term or permanent contracts.
Companies can benefit from the experience of seniors without having to recruit them.
Companies can benefit from the experience of seniors without having to recruit them.
The salary portage for seniors allows them to keep their status as employees and all the social benefits that go with it. They receive a monthly salary and full social security coverage. They also continue to contribute for their retirement, which allows them to validate more quarters and thus obtain a full retirement later on.
The wage portage allows you to obtain an additional income and the cumulation of employment and retirement.

Executive in activity and mission in salary carrying - Employee - Official

Executive in activity and mission in salary carrying - Employee - Official.
Combining a traditional employee activity with wage portage missions is completely legal but requires compliance with certain conditions.

Comply with the legal working hours

To avoid abuse, the accumulation of several activities is governed by the Labour Code. Thus, employees wishing to combine their employment with assignments as porters must respect the legal working time out of their total activities:
> they must not work more than 10 hours a day,
> their working time must not exceed 48 hours per week,
> the average number of hours worked over 12 consecutive weeks must not exceed 44 hours,
> they must have a daily rest period of 11 consecutive hours and a weekly rest period of 35 consecutive hours.

Respect the obligation of loyalty

When a person combines several activities, he or she must determine what is his or her main activity and what is his or her secondary activity. From a legal point of view, the main activity is the one that generates the major part of the income, or the one for which the professional devotes at least 1,200 hours of his annual working time.
Determining its main activity is essential, since in order to meet the obligation of loyalty, the secondary activity must not compete with the main activity.

Check that the employment contract does not contain non-competition and exclusivity clauses

When cumulating a permanent contract with carrying assignments, it is important to ensure that none of the employment contracts contain either a non-competition clause or an exclusivity clause.
The non-competition clause allows employers to protect themselves by preventing employees leaving a company from going to work in a competing company. As a reminder, for a non-competition clause to be valid in France, it must meet these three criteria:
> limited in time and space,
> offset by a financial contribution,
> justified by the interests of the company.

In addition, the non-competition clause must take into account the specificities of the employee's job and must not be too restrictive for job search.
The exclusivity clause, on the other hand, has the same objective as the non-competition clause: to protect the employer. This clause prohibits an employee from engaging in any other professional activity during the term of his contract. Like the non-competition clause, the exclusivity clause must be justified by the company's interests.

Wage portability for additional activity

The solution of the salary portage for executives allows him to benefit from various advantages:
> The salaried executive may charge fees while being an employee,
> He receives additional income,
> It tests a new activity without taking risks, within a legal framework.

Executive in research or professional transition

Wage portability, a reassuring springboard for executives seeking employment or executives in professional transition:

> You optimize your return to work.
> Do you want to stay in touch with the job market? The Salary Porting allows you to carry out missions and to have an active approach. A key factor for companies!
> You take advantage of opportunities.
> Your profile is concretely evaluated and a hiring can be confirmed.
> You complete your experience, your CV and enhance your job search process.
> You expand your network and increase your visibility.
> You preserve your Pôle Emploi benefits
> Working in a Payroll Portal is compatible with the receipt of your Pôle Emploi benefits.
Full Employment Pole based on the reference salary paid by your salary carrying company.
> You retain an employee status (in the general plan). Carrying out missions and invoicing them therefore allows you to extend and recharge your rights.
> You have an alternative status to starting a business
> You are planning to create your own job but do not want to start starting a business right away? The Salary Porting gives you a status that allows you to carry out missions and invoice them. The best way to test an activity as a self-employed person, without risk!