When is an employee sick? There are several aspects to look at to determine whether an employee is sick or not. And if an employee is ill, does the employee have obligations? And does an employer have obligations? In this blog you can read about illness among employees and the obligations that arise from this from both the employee and the employer. Sick according to the law When a sick employee is referred to, the [...]
Have you been fired or will your contract no longer be extended? In that case, you are in principle entitled to a transition payment (also referred to as severance payment). A transition payment is a financial compensation that the employer must pay if he no longer extends your contract or fires you. If you resign yourself, you are in principle not entitled to a transition payment, unless there is a serious culpable act/omission on the [...]
An employment contract can end in several ways. This is the case, among others, when an employer and an employee enter into a settlement agreement. But what should be in such an agreement? And what are your rights and obligations? You can read more about that in this blog.
If you are in debt restructuring, you do not have the means to pay alimony. If your ex-partner does not cooperate with a reduction (zero reduction), you must go to court.
If someone does not pay a health care premium for six months, he or she is registered as a defaulter with the Dutch Care Institute. From that moment on, the so-called defaulter must pay an administrative premium to the Dutch Health Care Institute. This administrative premium is higher than the health care premium and replaces the health care premium to the health insurance company.