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28.09.2018
Freitag

Netherlands: Employers to be compensated for termination

Netherlands

New Dutch rules will entitle employers to be reimbursed for transition payment made on terminating the employment of employees with a long-term illness meaning they cannot work. In the Netherlands, employees are, in principle, entitled to the so-called statutory ‘transition payment’ if their employment agreement of two or more years is terminated or not prolonged at the initiative of the employer. In July 2018, the Chambers of the States General of the Netherlands accepted the...

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13.04.2018
Freitag

The Netherlands – A look ahead to proposed employment law reforms

Netherlands
This article takes a look at employment law reforms planned in the Netherlands by the coalition government formed by Prime Minister Mark Rutte in October 2017. Ganzen Artikel lesen

01.12.2017
Freitag
Ius Laboris Netherlands - Bronsgeest Deur Advocaten

Netherlands: #metoo? #becareful

Holland
The recent #metoo revelations have led to more discussion of sexual harassment. Of course, the situation in the workplace is part of this debate, because, unfortunately, unwelcome advances frequently take place there. These matters are often delicate, and a Dutch Court of Appeal ruling in The Hague last April only confirms that dealing with such accusations can be a tricky business. Ganzen Artikel lesen

17.02.2017
Freitag
Ius Laboris Netherlands - Bronsgeest Deur Advocaten

Netherlands: New employment law regulations in 2017

Netherlands
Also the Netherlands have implemented or are planning to implement certain new employment law regulations in 2017. As part of our series "New regulations in 2017" our text below gives an overview on the most important changes with regards to flexible working time, data protection and many other topics. Ganzen Artikel lesen