‘Although not all were happy about it, all were able to agree with it’
Conflicts at work always have a negative effect. On the atmosphere, on personal performance and ultimately on the work. That’s why conflicts at work should be settled as quickly as possible, or better still, avoided all together. By having sound employment conditions and contracts drawn up beforehand, clarifying matters for all concerned. And if there really is no other way, a quick and painless solution must be found.
From reorganisation to the management of absenteeism
As labour law lawyers we specialise in all issues relating to employment contracts, wage claims, customer and non-competition clauses and matters connected to dismissal. We also have extensive experience in implementing major reorganisations and we provide advice regarding the management of absenteeism. Reducing absenteeism within your organisation can result in substantial savings. Here of course attention is given to issues relating to the WIA and WW (Work and Income according to Labour Capacity Act and Unemployment Benefits Act).
High level of commitment
The division is not only at home in labour law and social security law, but also in public law. So we can also assist you in matters connected to labour law involving special and state education and at the various government authorities. Our specialists often work for employers and government authorities but are also committed to helping individual employees, civil servants and works councils.
For further information please contact:
Miss Sacha Smink
Mr Joost Funke
Miss Anneke Elgersma