Information to our temporary workers and jobseekers

We’re still here for you!
Together we make sure that you can get back to work in a safe working environment.

As the security measures surrounding the Coronavirus gradually relax, our first priority remains to ensure the health and well-being of all our employees and temporary workers. We’ll continue to assist you and are available for all your questions. Together with our customers we’ll ensure that you can work safely!

On this page you will find an answer to the most frequently asked questions.

  • It’s once again possible to make an appointment in our offices, in compliance with the measures taken. (read on for more details).
  • In addition, our Konvert team is still available during normal office hours (by telephone, email, Webex, ...)
  • Are you working as a temporary worker at Konvert? Make sure to follow the guidelines at your workplace.

How does Konvert ensure a safe workplace?

We clearly inform and question our customers on how our temporary workers can work in a safe environment, and what precautions are taken and must be followed.
Our own offices have also taken the necessary precautions to assist you in a safe way!

Each temporary worker receives 2 high-quality fabric mouth masks

Konvert offers every temporary worker 2 reusable mouth masks made by the brand Halyard. These masks are produced and tested in Belgium and have a bacterial barrier of 99.9%.

We clearly instruct all our employees and clients on how to safely use these masks!

How do I start looking for a job?

To find a job, temporary or permanent, it’s best to register online!

  • Create an online account on MyKonvert
  • and fill in your data as well as possible. The more information you submit, the better we’ll be able to present you with the right vacancy.
  • Once your registration is completed, you can easily apply online.

Not such a fan to go through the vacancy database yourself? Our office staff will get in touch after your online registration!

When should I go to work and when shouldn’t I?

If that’s the case, you shoud go to work, following the guidelines imposed by the government (telework, social distance, ...). In case of doubt or questions, call or email your Konvert. Together we’ll make sure you can continue to work safely.

Are you feeling sick, or are you experiencing symptoms?
Contact your doctor by phone and inform your recruiter immediately after by mail or by telephone. You may email us the sick letter (or a photo of it) or simply put it in our mailbox.

Can I still make an appointment at a Konvert office?

Yes, it’s possible again to make an appointment at our offices, subject to compliance with our safety measures.

  • If possible, make an appointment
  • We allow only 1 person to enter our office at a time
  • Disinfectant gel is available at the entrance. Always disinfect your hands when entering.
  • We provide a disposable mouth mask for every visitor. These are available at the entrance of each office.
  • We keep a distance of 1.5 meters. Feel free to take a seat behind the indicated blue line.
  • Keep your mask on after your visit, and throw it in the trash at home.

I am a cross-border worker, what formalities do I have to fulfil?

Since 27 January (temporarily until 1 March) travelling has been prohibited. Only essential travel is still allowed, including professional travel. Each border crossing requires a declaration in honour. This is an obligation of the employee.

You need to fill in and download/print your declaration via the following link: You should be able to cross the border to go to work/back home without any problems.

If necessary, your Konvert agency will also provide you with an employer's statement for the curfew. Please contact them if this is not the case.

What can I do to prevent contamination?

There are many steps you take do to prevent spreading the virus yourself or to ensure you don’t become infected.

  • Avoid physical contact: do not shake hands with people, do not kiss.
  • Wash your hands very thoroughly, minimum 20 seconds, with soap and water several times a day.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Keep 2 to 3 metres away from others and avoid contact with sick people.
  • Sneeze into a paper tissue that you then dispose of in a closed rubbish bin.
  • Are you unable to sneeze into a tissue? Then sneeze into your elbow.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently used objects (pens, telephones, handles and other surfaces).

Konvert has made all possible arrangements to prevent the spread of the virus. Our measures are in line with government regulations. The situation changes every day, which is why we’ve appointed a coordination team that monitors any progress on this matter on a daily basis and will take the necessary precautions in case needed.

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