Erika van Zadelhof advises international and national employers on issues concerning employment contracts, dismissal, employee benefits and participation. Erika is a member of the employment and dismissal practice group at Russell Advocaten.
Erika advises national and international companies and organizations on all aspects of employment law, including employee illness, dismissal, personnel handbook, employee participation and the legal status of directors. After having worked as a registrar at the District Court for three years, Erika van Zadelhof has joined the employment and dismissal group at Russell Advocaten.
Erika loves music, traveling, watching series and discovering new restaurants and cafés in Amsterdam.
The main difference between 230a and 290 business premises is the minimum term of lease. The longer lease term for 290 business premises gives retail and hospitality businesses more time to recoup their investments. What are the lease terms for the different types of business premises?
A Certificate of Conduct (VOG) is a snapshot and sometimes provides only false security. How can employers ensure to get more security about the reliability of their staff?
Leasing 230a or 290 business premises? What do these terms mean anyway? And, most importantly, what are the consequences of this difference for lessors and lessees of business premises?