Eileen provides advice mainly to entrepreneurs on dismissal, restructuring and social security. Her focus is on secondment, payrolling and employee insurance, which was also the topic of her master’s thesis. In addition, she provides legal advice on concluding (flexible) contracts of employment.
In her spare time, Eileen likes reading, travelling, baking and rowing.
Eileen Pluijm regularly writes about current legal developments. Below is an overview of her blogs, newsletters, books and articles.
If your employee reports sick, this may raise many difficult questions. What are your reintegration obligations during the sick leave period? What are you allowed to record about your sick employee with regard to the privacy legislation? We answered these and other questions during a webinar. Watch the video!read on
Proceedings do not always have to be in court. There are other ways to resolve legal disputes. An important and often also appealing alternative is arbitration. In particular if you are doing business internationally. What are the advantages of arbitration?read on
We have hosted a special webinar “COVID-19: Reorganization, Job Loss & Stay” in cooperation with IN Amsterdam on 23 March. During the webinar, we discussed issues that employers and international employees face due to the impact of the coronavirus. Watch the video today!read on
Management Boards of listed companies get a new tool to protect the company against unwanted shareholder activism or an impending (hostile) takeover. The possibility of invoking a 250-day cooling-off period is introduced. What does this cooling-off period entail exactly?read on
We are hosting a special webinar “COVID-19: Reorganization, Job Loss & Stay” in cooperation with IN Amsterdam on 23 March. During the webinar, we will discuss issues that employers and international employees face due to the impact of the coronavirus. Register today!read on
The outcome of legal proceedings, both in the US and the EU, is often determined by the quality of evidence. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to collect as much evidence as possible before initiating legal proceedings. But what if a third party refuses to give you relevant documents? Eileen Pluijm of Russell Advocaten and Kelsey Weiss of U.S. law firm Mateer Harbert explain which options you have.read on
In the Netherlands, few women have top-level business jobs. Why is that? What measures are in place to ensure that more women reach the top? Our lawyers Eileen Pluijm and Priscilla de Leede answer these questions in their article in Lady Justice, the magazine of the Women Lawyers Section of Primerus.read on
Employers are trying to soften the consequences of the coronavirus by, for example, changing the employment conditions of employees. How does this work? And what should you take into account in case of dismissal during COVID-19? The recording of our webinar will provide you with answers.read on