If the working relationship between employers and employees is not as it should be, things are often not going well in the company itself, and that is not beneficial for the company either. But on the opposite side of the coin, a company can move mountains if its team is enthusiastic.
That is why it is important that the fundamentals are good – also in terms of labour law. Labour law is much more than just employment contracts and dismissals.
Wherever work is done, there are labour law issues at play.
Think, for example, of terms and conditions of employment, reorganisation, dismissal, illness, but also of issues such as incapacity for work and reintegration. Labour law is a very dynamic area of law in which important aspects are constantly changing.
It is important for both employers and employees that these issues are and remain properly managed. Clear agreements and keeping a finger on the pulse prevent uncertainty.
The employment law specialists at ACG International will be happy to help you on your way and offer practical and strategic advice. Not only on purely legal matters, but also on regulatory and market developments that may affect your company and the labour law position of parties.
Creating a healthy work culture is crucial in preventing conflicts.
Our specialists have guided many reorganisations and helped entrepreneurs to create a healthy and safe working culture that not only prevents conflicts, but more importantly supports the sense of belonging, so that the company can function at its best.
Employees (from) across the border? No problem!
Our firm distinguishes itself from others because we can combine the knowledge of Dutch employment law with our international experience. Therefore, in the world of fast-growing cross-border employment, we are also able to provide quality advice to entrepreneurs who wish to employ a foreign employee or to (temporarily) employ a Dutch employee elsewhere in the world.
We have expertise and experience in the areas of:
- Employment contracts and conditions (including non-competition and/or non-solicitation clauses)
- Mergers, reorganisations and acquisitions
- Occupational disability and reintegration
- Labour conflicts
- Dismissal and (transitional) compensation
- International labour law (e.g. secondment)
- Employer’s liability
Contact us to find out what we can do for you.