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Reinier advises national and international companies
Paul is a highly experienced, creative and tenacious litigator
Jan is a specialist in employment law and corporate law
Priscilla is an expert in dismissal law, expats, and employee participation
Lawyers at Russell Advocaten regularly publish information about recent legal developments. We also regularly organize events to keep clients and contacts up-to-date.
Employment law can be a tricky area for internationals in the Netherlands. What do you need to consider when you change jobs? What are your rights if you lose your job? Can you continue to stay in the Netherlands?
As working from home becomes more and more common, there are also employees who want to work remotely from a country other than where the company is located or as a digital nomad without a fixed workplace. What do Dutch employers have to keep in mind when employees want to work from home abroad?
The decision making within a company can by influenced by the works council in different ways. The best known route is by means of the works council’s right to be consulted and/or right of consent. But how can the works council influence the decision making by means of its right of initiative?
Your employee lives in the Netherlands and wants to work from home while your company is not located there. What do you as an employer have to pay attention to before granting such a request?