The company where you are going to work for, decides your gross hourly wage during the registration. In the registration it is not possible to fill in a gross hourly wage below the legal minimum wage.
When you have not worked for this company before, the legal minimum wage (or Wettelijk Minimumloon in Dutch) has to be applied. Of course the company may always fill in a higher gross hourly wage then the minimum hourly wage.
When you have already worked more then 1976 hours at the same company and in the same position, you have to be scaled in a higher wage structure as a 'skilled worker' ('vakkracht' in Dutch). Our registration process also recognizes these gross hourly wages, and also in this case it's possible to fill in a higher gross hourly wage.