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Being fleeced?

There's a bit of confusion over my work contract and could use some advice.
I have tried with a few colleagues to clear it up and most confirm my fears.

Example: The Agent negotiated 20chf per hour for the Agency from the Client.

I as the worker for the agency get 18chf per hour as the Agency takes 10%.

The Admistration peep from the Agency says I get 18chf per hour though I only see 15chf written as gross pay brutto to be declared, on the contract that I must sign.

The reason for the other 3chf taken is that "charges to cover employer".

The 15 left over I get minus the usual deductions.

The 3 that gets lost in between seems a complete skimscam or is there something I am missing?

Thanks in advance for reading/helping.

DSB
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