Working in the Netherlands



andré beukes - Human Resources Specialist

Management Consultancy Dutch Chamber of Commerce no: KVK 55177255

Working in the Netherlands

The latest information if you are considering moving to the Netherlands or are working for an international or Dutch company.


Doing Business in Europe: Acquiring a business address in the Netherlands

When a company decides to enter the European market one of the first steps is to acquire a business address. Having a business address in the Netherlands if a company …

Doing Business in Europe: Finding the right personnel

When a company plans to expand into a new European market, finding the right employees to drive the venture is critical to their success. A company wishing to expand to …

Macron to modernize Labour Law in France

The UK and Germany have unemployment rates roughly half that of France. Macron believes the country’s chronic mass unemployment will not decrease unless employers are relieved of the fear of …

Dutch Labour Law for Managers

Dutch Labour Law is relatively complex and dynamic. International companies establishing Dutch subsidiaries are bound to Dutch Labour Law (as well as other laws of the Netherlands), which in 2015 has seen a number of important changes in areas such as trial-periodsnon-competition clauses and notifications of termination.

European Union (EU) Labour Law

European labour law regulates basic transnational standards of employment and partnership at work in the European Union and countries adhering to the European Convention on Human Rights.  In virtually all cases, the EU follows the principle that member states can always create rights more beneficial to workers.

Doing business in Europe

European Union is an economic zone larger than that of the USA and Japan combined with 500 million customers and it generates a GDP of about 16.2 trillion EURO (nominal) according to the International Monetary Fund. This makes it the largest economy in the world.