Is it possible that you earn less than your colleagues in the same company?
Yes, that might be the case. Technically you should receive the same pay as your colleagues and work under the same working conditions (overtime, breaks, rest periods, night work, holidays, etc.) as them. But: there may be different regulations in a collective agreement.
As a temporary worker, you will often earn less than your colleagues at the company where you work if a collective agreement applies to your employment relationship. Almost all temporary workers are covered by a collective agreement, so in the first 9 months you often earn less than your permanent colleagues for the same work. If you work in the same company for more than 9 months, by law you must receive the same pay as your colleagues.
If you are unsure whether you are being paid fairly, find out from your Fair Integration advice centre!