Introduction to Dutch Labour Law & HR

During the workshop we will cover several sensitive issues in Dutch labour relations –and tips how to act. You will receive information on the employment law framework in The Netherlands, flexibility in contracts of employment, restrictive covenants and employee management about working time, benefits, leave etc. Also we will discuss non-compliant behaviour of employees, labour conflicts and sickness, harassment and ways of terminating employment, via court or government agency UWV.You will receive practical tips for file-building, legal proceedings, termination agreements and staff representation stipulations in Dutch Law. Last but not least we will cover reorganization, takeover and merger: how to conduct them / what are the rules?

Who should attend?

HR-professionals and managers, working for an international company based in the Netherlands

Result?
After finishing this introductory course you will have a general understanding of how Dutch Labour Law works and you will have tips and advice on how to act in specific situations.

 

Workshop / Course fee

The fee for the workshop / course, including a reader and personal intake is € 795,- excl. VAT. In the case your branche-, professional or network organisation has a cooperation agreement with us, you are entitled to a discount.

Programme:

 

Dates and location for this workshop / course

Introduction to Dutch Labour Law & HRM 23-10-2018
Introduction to Dutch Labour Law & HRM 04-12-2018
Introduction to Dutch Labour Law & HRM 29-01-2019
Introduction to Dutch Labour Law & HRM 23-04-2019
Introduction to Dutch Labour Law & HRM 11-06-2019
Introduction to Dutch Labour Law & HRM 10-09-2019
Introduction to Dutch Labour Law & HRM 12-11-2019

Location: Utrecht, Vredenburg 40 at Social Impact Factory -within 2 minutes walking distance of Utrecht Central Station

 

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