Incapacity to work and reintegration in The Netherlands

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Our Dutch lawyer employment law and dismissal law in Amsterdam, The Netherland, has a proven track record in providing advice and representation on a wide range of complex legal issues, like incapacity for work, illness and reintegration in employment law. Dutch legal regulations provide certain restrictions on what employers can do if an employee is unable to work for health reasons. Employees who are unfit for work can not perform the stipulated work due to illness. The employer has to continue to pay at least 70% of the usual wages during the first two years of illness.[Lees meer]

Probationary period in The Netherlands

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Probationary period according to Dutch Law. Our lawyer employment law in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, provides legal assistance regarding disputes about probationary periods. During the trial period, the employer and employee in The Netherlands can terminate the employment contract immediately, at any time, without permission from the UWV or the Dutch Cantonal court. This is also possible during illness, pregnancy and during an OR membership. Legal requirements probationary period. A probationary period in The Netherlands must, in order to be valid, meet a number of requirements:

it must be agreed in writing,
it takes a maximum of one or two months,
it commences at the start of the employment contract.[Lees meer]

Dutch employment contract in The Netherlands

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Our Amsterdam lawyer gladly advises you on all facets of Dutch employment law. An employment contract in The Netherlands contains the rules that employer and employee agree with each other. There are limits to this: a provision in the employment contract may not be in conflict with principles of morality, public policy, or with Dutch rules of mandatory law. In addition, both employer and employee must behave as ‘good employer’ and ‘good employee’. A Dutch employment contract may be verbally agreed, but some agreements must always be in writing for them to be valid, like agreements on the trial period or the non-competition clause.[Lees meer]

Settlement agreements in The Netherlands

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Our Dutch specialist employment solicitors based in Amsterdam deal with settlement agreements throughout the Netherlands every day. We give fast advice on settlement agreements wherever you are in the Netherlands or abroad. Our Amsterdam employment lawyers are specialists in employment law and dismissal law. We give legal advice on dismissal, we draw up settlement agreements and check termination agreements for employees. We are specialists in negotiating settlement packages. Settlement agreements usually involve a benefit to the employee by way of a compensation payment. Our Amsterdam lawyers can help negotiate a better deal, in order to ensure that the payments compensate an employee as much as possible for future loss of earnings.[Lees meer]

Termination of employment in Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Dutch Dismissal Law

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Termination of employment in The Netherlands: our Amsterdam lawyers and attorneys have comprehensive experience in Dutch Dismissal Law (Dutch Employment Law), acting for employers, employees (expats) and works councils in The Netherlands. Our lawyers offer legal advice and assistance in The Netherlands with all types of Dutch and international Employment Law matters, including dismissal, severance payments and termination agreements. Either an employee or employer can decide to terminate a contract of employment. It is however unlawful to dismiss an employee in the absence of a dismissal permit by the UWV (Employee Insurance Agency) or a court order barring exceptions like termination with immediate effect (dismissal on the spot ) or during a trial period. A local court may terminate (dissolve) an employment agreement on reasonable grounds.[Lees meer]

Lawyer Termination Agreement Amsterdam: Dutch Labour Law

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Our Dutch lawyer Labour and Employment Law in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is specialist employment solicitor advising foreign employees and expats on settlement agreements (Compromise Agreement, Employment Exit Agreement, Employment Separation Agreement or Termination Agreement) according to Dutch Labour Law. We specialize in international and Dutch Labour & Employment law. The Amsterdam team of specialist Dutch Employment Law Solicitors have a vast amount of experience in advising expats on all Dutch (redundancy) situations. In many cases a mutual agreement to end the employment relationship with a termination agreement (exit package or compromise agreement) or court settlement is reached in or out of court.[Lees meer]

Redundancy package Amsterdam: Dutch Labour Law

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Our Dutch lawyer Labour and Employment Law in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is specialist employment solicitor advising foreign employees and expats on settlement agreements (Compromise Agreement, Employment Exit Agreement, Employment Separation Agreement or Termination Agreement) according to Dutch Labour Law. We specialize in international and Dutch Labour & Employment law. The Amsterdam team of specialist Dutch Employment Law Solicitors have a vast amount of experience in advising expats on all Dutch (redundancy) situations. In many cases a mutual agreement to end the employment relationship with a termination agreement (exit package or compromise agreement) or court settlement is reached in or out of court.[Lees meer]

Non competition clause in The Netherlands

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Our Dutch lawyers in Amsterdam specialize in drafting and litigating non compete agreements. Many Dutch employers add non-compete clauses to employee contracts. A non-compete clause or agreement is an agreement between two parties, usually employee and employer, that the employee will not enter into or start a similar profession or trade in competition with the other party. Employers may require non-competition agreements for a variety of reasons: a non-compete clause in Dutch Labour & Employment Law protects business and can help a business retain valuable employees. Non-compete clauses and agreements regarding Dutch Labour & Employment Law can however not simply be a blanket prohibition from competition for an extended period of time. A non-compete clause must not infringe on a person’s ability to make a living, so it must have a reasonable scope and duration.[Lees meer]

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