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Dutch Labour Law for Managers #10

Dismissal of an employee for refusal to work / Dutch Labour Law Dutch Labour Law for Managers #10 Dutch Labour Law. Be prepared and informed. Click hereto receive a weekly Dutch …

10 Issues raised at the hearing on the Dutch Work and Security act in the Dutch Second Chamber, 03-02-2016

Dutch Managers must decide if they are going to follow the easy or the difficult route with the management of the Work and Security act. The easy route may seem difficult and expensive in the beginning, but the benefits that it will yield in terms of personnel engagement and labour relations can not be measured.

Dutch labour law for managers #9

The question may be asked why am I recommending against the use of criminal terms in labour law issues if the employer in the mentioned successfully defended the case:

It decomplicate the issue to divide the labour and criminal elements,
Although the case was won the time that management spend on the court case was lost,
The separation of the concepts give certainty to employees and enhance fair labour relations principles.

Future Shock: Half of the world population unemployed in 25 years #Labour Law

The disappearance of jobs may be the biggest event in the labour- and political arena since the the agricultural revolution. We must start thinking very seriously: What will humans do when machines can do almost everything?

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How Being Unemployed Changes Your Personality

Being unemployed can change the nature of your personality, making you significantly less agreeable and changing your level of conscientious and openness, according to a new study in the Journal of …

Is the trepidation of employers about the new Dutch dismissal law an indication of ill-equipped managers?

Is the trepidation of employers about the new Dutch dismissal law an indication of ill-equipped managers?

Difference between to confirm (aanzeggen) and termination (opzeggen) of employment

With the new Dutch Work and Security act it is important that managers in the Netherlands understand the difference between to confirm (aanzeggen) or terminate (opzeggen) employment. Procedure: confirmation of …

Getting to know the new Dutch Work and Security act: Labour Law for managers

The new Dutch Work and Security act makes it essential that all Dutch managers must realign their management practices to ensure that they are prepared to handle employee misconduct and …

Dutch Labour Law for Managers #8

An employee was summary dismissed via WhatsApp, is it legal? What is the consequences? Click here to receive a weekly Dutch Labour Law newsletter. The employee concerned was summary dismissed via …

Dutch Labour Law for Managers: What is the “Basic income” concept?

A basic income is an income unconditionally granted to all on an individual basis, without means test or work requirement. Excerpt from basicincome.org Multiple surveys across many countries show an …

Basic in income: Can it work in France?

What would an unconditional basic income in France look like in concrete terms? A basic income is an income unconditionally granted to all on an individual basis, without means test …

Dutch Labour Law for Managers #6

The Grolsch case: snowball effect if employee conduct is not managed Click here to receive a weekly Dutch Labour Law newsletter. There is a lot to learn form the resent …

Dutch Labour Law: New provisions relating contractors without personnel approved

The First Chamber agreed, 26 January, on the new Act on the Deregulation Review of the Employment Relationship (Wet deregulering beoordeling arbeidsrelatie (DBA)), it will be implemented on 1 May …