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Littler Mendelson
Beginning March 1, 2020, employers in countries other than the Netherlands in the European Economic Area (EEA), and Switzerland
Netherlands
Littler Mendelson
Recently, the Court of Appeal in Den Bosch ruled on a case involving an employee's claim for wages three years after she had stopped being called up for work.
Littler Mendelson
In the Netherlands, a secondment provision in a collective labour agreement (CLA) concerning the treatment of ill workers has been established practice for some time.
Littler Mendelson
Restrictive COVID-19 measures are affecting the evaluation of employers' rehabilitation efforts.
Littler Mendelson
Last week, Dutch Minister Koolmees sent a letter to the Lower House, confirming an expansion of the temporary Emergency Bridging Measure for Job Opportunities program ("NOW").
Littler Mendelson
We recently reported on the risks of scanning employees' fingerprints. After the District Court of Amsterdam reprimanded a shoe store chain last summer for using fingerprint scans to access the tills...
Littler Mendelson
Employers frequently ask whether they may amend their existing pension plan schemes unilaterally. In the Netherlands, employees have to agree to pension plan amendments, separately...
Littler Mendelson
We're now in the second week of enforced home quarantine in the Netherlands.
Littler Mendelson
An increasing number of employers in the Netherlands are applying to the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment for permits to reduce their working hours (Werktijdverkorting, or WTV)...
Littler Mendelson
As previously discussed, the coronavirus outbreak has led to an abundance of employer applications to the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment for permits to reduce their working hours (Werktijdverkorting, or WTV).
Dentons
The outbreak of COVID-19 emergency in the Netherlands and subsequent measures taken by the Dutch Government and public authorities...
Hogan Lovells
The World Health Organization has declared the outbreak of the Coronavirus/Covid-19 virus a "public health emergency of international concern". Therefore, it is recommended to prepare
Littler Mendelson
Over the past few days, the Netherlands has been hit by a number of coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks. COVID-19 has a direct impact on the workplace.
lus Laboris
From 1 April 2020 young people from Japan and Taiwan aged 18 to 30 can get to know Dutch culture and society on a working holiday international exchange programme of up to one year
lus Laboris
New salary thresholds now apply for workers wishing to migrate to the Netherlands.
Hogan Lovells
From 1 January 2020, the amount of the unemployment insurance contribution (hereinafter: ''WW-premium'')...
lus Laboris
The New Year started with a bang: the entry into force of a few important changes in Dutch employment law.
Loyens & Loeff
Social Affairs Minister Wouter Koolmees has granted underfunded pension funds a one-year reprieve from implementing cuts of pension rights and benefits (article 142 Dutch Pensions Act).
Littler Mendelson
The Dutch Balanced Labour Market Act (Wet arbeidsmarkt in balans (Wab)) brought about drastic changes to the rules regarding on-call workers as of January 1, 2020.
Jones Day
The Situation: Several changes to Dutch employment law took effect January 1, 2020, most notably those resulting from the Labor Market in Balance Act.
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