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 Eileen Pluijm will answer these and other questions during a webinar hosted by IN Amsterdam.
Date: Tuesday, 29 March 2022
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.
As of 1 January 2024, the 30% facility, the tax exemption for expatriates, will be reduced, both in terms of duration and amount. What does the new regulation look like? What does the change mean for expats already in the Netherlands?
As of 1 January 2024, the statutory minimum wage and minimum youth wage will be increased. In addition, the minimum wage will be replaced with the statutory minimum hourly wage, which no longer depends on the extent of full-time employment. Below are the new amounts.
It will become even easier to set up a company in the Netherlands. As from 1 January 2024, this can be done entirely online. What will change?
One in three employers in the Netherlands binds employees to a non-compete clause. However, this is not always necessary and hinders employees’ freedom to leave for a new job. The government therefore wants the non-compete clause to meet stricter requirements. What does this mean for employers?
The legislative proposal “Werken waar je wilt” (Work Where You Want) that reinforced the employees’ right to choose their place of work was rejected by the Dutch Senate on 26 September 2023. How do employers now have to deal with a request to work from home?
What may or may not be included in an employment contract, what do the various provisions mean and what do you have to bear in mind?