News and publications

Lawyers at Russell Advocaten regularly publish information about recent legal developments for clients and colleagues. Below you can find a list of our newsletters, books, and articles for clients and business acquaintances. You can also read what others say about our law firm.

Read more

Your lawyer

Priscilla C.X. de Leede, LL.M.
Priscilla C.X. de Leede, LL.M.
lawyer

Priscilla de Leede advises national and international entrepreneurs and organisations in disputes concerning personnel, employee participation, and social security. She is a member of the employment law and dismissal group at Russell Advocaten.

 

@: priscilla.deleede@russell.nl
t: +31 20 - 301 55 55


Personnel: Statutory minimum wage as of 1 July 2020

Publishing date: 27 May 2020

  Nederlandse versie

As of 1 July 2020, the statutory minimum wage and minimum youth wage will be increased. This are the new amounts of the minimum wage.
 

Minimum wage

As of 1 July 2020, the statutory gross minimum wage for employees 22 years and older that work full-time will be:

1,680.00   per month
387.70   per week
77.54   per day


Please be informed that the law regarding gross minimum wage is statutory law. Therefore, the gross minimum wage also applies to employment contracts with foreign employees that habitually perform their work in The Netherlands, even in case a choice of law has been made in the employment contract.
 

Statutory youth minimum wage

Age

Percentage

Per month

Per week

Per day

20 years

80%

€ 1,344.00

€ 310.15

€ 62.03

19 years

60%

€ 1008.00

€ 232.60

€ 46.52

18 years

50%

€ 840.00

€ 193.85

€ 38.77

17 years

39,5%

€ 663.60

€ 153.15

€ 30.63

16 years

34,5%

€ 579.60

€ 133.75

€ 26.75

15 years

30%

€ 504.00

€ 116.30

€ 23.26

 

Part-time

When the working time is shorter than the customary working time, the statutory (youth) minimum wage will be in proportion to the hours worked.
 

Hourly wage

The hourly wage may vary across the sectors, depending on the number of hours that is agreed upon as the customary working time. The customary working time is defined as the working time which has been agreed upon for full-time employment in a certain sector. In most collective labour agreements the working time of full-time employment is 36, 38 or 40 hours per week.
 

More information

Would you like to know more about pay and the terms and conditions of employment? Or do you have any other questions about employment contract modifications? Please contact us:
 

We process the personal data below with your permission. You can withdraw your permission at any time. For more information please see our Privacy Statement.
 

* Fields are mandatory.

Call me

Please fill in the form below and we will call you as soon as possible.