Farhana Mahabali advises international and national entrepreneurs and organisations on disputes concerning personnel, employee participation and dismissals. Farhana is a member of the employment law, dismissal and litigation group at Russell Advocaten.
Farhana Mahabali’s focus is on employment law, in particular corporate immigration, terms and conditions of employment, dismissals, settlement agreements for expats and employee participation. The topic of her master’s thesis was employers with self-insurance status and transfer of undertaking.
Farhana enjoys watching crime series and cooking competitions, hiking and making desserts
Both the cabinet and the tax authorities do not want employees to work as contractors. As a principal, how can you ensure your contractor is not considered to be an employee?
When would it be better to conclude an employment contract to avoid hassle with the government?
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?
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?