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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?
Lawyer Priscilla de Leede will answer typical questions internationals have about employment law in the Netherlands during a webinar hosted by IN Amsterdam.
Date: Thursday, 30 March 2023
Time: 17:00 – 18:00
If you have any questions about the online presentation, please use the form below. If you want to register for the webinar, please use this link.
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