Employment contracts are important when a contract is terminated.
Our Labour Law specialist will provide you with clear information about your rights and obligations.
If you are about to sign an employment contract with your employer, there are a number of things to look out for. For employers, too, there are certain things that are important when drawing up and having a contract signed. We will be happy to look with you to ensure that you are not faced with unpleasant surprises afterwards. Errors in the contract can have major consequences for both employee and employer. We help you draw up and check agreements for entrepreneurs. We also critically examine for employees whether the proposed contract is legally correct and what the possible consequences are.
Legal advice and guidance when entering into or terminating an employment contract, fixed-term contract or contract of indefinite duration. We always negotiate the best conditions for you.
Long-term illness can be very unpleasant for both employee and employer. Our employment lawyer will discuss the matter with you, study all documents and assess your situation.
It can of course happen: your employer wants to end the employment relationship, or you have to dismiss an employee. And however annoying that may be, you'd better be prepared for it.
The fixed-term contract is, logically, the opposite of the open-ended contract. It is also called a temporary contract. This contract is a temporary collaboration between employee and employer. In principle, a fixed-term contract cannot be terminated prematurely without a valid reason. In 2020, the chain scheme will be extended to 3 contracts in 3 years. So 36 months instead of 24.
The employment contract for an indefinite period of time, also known as a permanent contract or permanent employment contract, implies that the employee and the employer will work together for an indefinite period of time. A permanent contract does not have a predetermined end date and can therefore not simply expire or be terminated. To terminate a permanent contract unilaterally, your employer must have an urgent reason (instant dismissal), or have the contract terminated via the UWV or the subdistrict court.
Do you have questions about your contract, rights or obligations? Do you want to know exactly what to pay attention to when entering into a contract? Arbeidsjurist Eindhoven advises employees and employers on entering into an employment contract. We are pleased to assist you in case of dismissal. No unpleasant surprises, but clear agreements.
Legal advice is not a simple push of a button. It is the result of a thorough inventory of your wishes and possibilities. We list important aspects together with you. The employment lawyer will take the time to do this in the first introductory meeting, which is always completely free of charge and without obligation. You are not attached to anything!
If it ‘clicks’ between you and the employment lawyer, and we can be of good service to you, you will receive a suitable proposal from us. We always base the advisory process on your goals and possibilities. We attach more importance to a realistic approach than to creating too high expectations. If you are in agreement with this, then we will proceed with the advice and guidance energetically. That is the starting point of our clear legal services.
From this moment on, we relieve you of your worries and make sure that everything is taken care of from start to finish. We handle your labour issue quickly and well. This active working method we use has proven itself amply. Feel free to take a look at our reviews on the internet.
Before, during and after the advisory process, we are your point of contact. For a long time now, our cooperation has only resulted in satisfied customers. For our customers, we take that one step extra which makes the difference in many cases. Your case is in good hands with us.
The on-call contract, also known as a zero-hours contract, min-max contract or flexible employment contract, is a contract whereby the employer can call the employee when needed. Within the on-call agreements there are different types of contracts. For example, the zero-hours contract has different conditions than the min-max contract. Contrary to the permanent contract and the temporary contract, an employee with a on-call contract is not always entitled to continued payment of wages in case of illness. With an on-call contract, you only work if your employer calls you, so you do not have a fixed monthly salary.
The temporary employment contract is the only contract in which three parties are involved: the broadcaster, employee and hirer. This means that the employee is employed by the broadcaster (the temporary employment agency) while it is made available to the hirer under its supervision. In this case, the sender is obliged to pay the wages, and the hirer provides the employee with management and working instructions. In the case of a temporary employment contract, both the employee and the employer have more rights and obligations as the duration of the cooperation progresses. This is also called the phase system.