Coronavirus – Q&A – Employment & Benefits
Update 15 April - The measures taken by the Dutch government regarding the coronavirus change almost daily, have enormous impact on the workplace and raise many questions.
In this Q&A, we answer the most frequently asked questions related to employment law, pensions and wage taxes. Of course, we will also elaborate on the new regulation (Tijdelijke Noodmaatregel Overbrugging voor Werkbehoud) that replaces the current reduction of working hours scheme.
Klaas WiersmaPartner Attorney at law
Klaas Wiersma, attorney at law, is a member of the Employment & Benefits practice group. He has over 19 years’ all-round experience in employment law, with a particular focus on the employment aspects of, mostly international, M&A-deals, co-determination procedures, restructurings and collective dismissals, and cross-border employment.T: +31 20 578 59 60 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hermine VoûtePartner Attorney at law
P. Hermine E. Voûte, attorney at law, is chairwoman of the Employment & Benefits practice group. She has over 31 years’ all-round experience in employment law, with a particular focus on high-profile dismissals, restructurings and collective dismissals, and co-determination procedures.T: +31 20 578 59 75 E: email@example.com
Hans van RuitenPartner Tax adviser
Hans van Ruiten, tax adviser, is a member of the Employment & Benefits practice group in our Rotterdam office. He has a wide expertise (over 30 years of experience) in employment taxation matters. An important part of his practice is regarding equity incentives.T: +31 10 224 64 18 E: firstname.lastname@example.org