Employment law conflict?

A conflict with an employee can run very high, resulting in a ruined working atmosphere. It can also increase absenteeism and costs a lot of time – and money. It is annoying for both the employer and the employee and can even lead to burn-out or incapacity for work – with all its negative consequences for your company.

Dutch labour law is completely different from labour law in other countries and contains many mandatory obligations for the employer in particular.

If these obligations are not followed correctly, this can lead to expensive and lengthy procedures and compensation.

It is very important that a possible labour law conflict is tackled early on in order to limit the damage.

What can ACG International do for you?

We have a team of labour lawyers and can advise and assist you in any situation.

Moreover, our Managing Partner, Edith Nordmann, is a mediator herself and has successfully supervised and concluded various employment law mediations.

Contact us to find out what we can do for you.

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