Labour law is a field of law that is constantly evolving, with the result that in your capacity as a business owner you are ever more frequently having to contend with amended regulations governing dismissals, representation, occupational incapacity and the potential for or impossibility of entering into flexible labour relations. Clairfort’s labour law lawyers will readily assist you in this respect as an adviser but also as a sparring partner.
Clairfort maintains lasting relationships with its clients, with the result that we know what preoccupies business owners and their businesses. Short chains of command and a large degree of accessibility are key features in this respect. To them it goes without saying that a prompt but proper solution is required under labour law. As such, a practical approach geared towards solutions may be described as typical of Clairfort’s employment lawyers.
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Our team of employment lawyers assist both local Dutch businesses as (local branches of) foreign companies that do business in the Netherlands. For Dutch companies working abroad, Clairfort offers its own network of foreign lawyers for local advice and assistance.
Clairfort’s employment lawyers are involved in:
- reorganisation and restructuring
- insourcing and outsourcing
- business transfers
- employee participation law
- collective labour agreement law
- the law governing individual dismissals, including unsatisfactory performance
- summary dismissals
- mass redundancy law
- occupational incapacity and reintegration
- social security law
- flexible labour relations
- management and freelance agreements
- employment benefit schemes (and their amendment)
- restraint of trade and customer restriction clauses
- statutory directors
- pension law
You may also have to contend with a situation in your capacity as an employee in which the involvement of a lawyer at an early stage may be important. Clairfort’s labour law lawyers can provide you with clear advice and can decide on a precise strategy together with you. They regularly assist management and directors (statutory or otherwise). Aspects of company law and discussions involving restraint of trade and customer restriction clauses also play a role in such matters. Given the specific expertise and experience of our lawyers in this field, they are eminently suitable to entrust such matters to them.
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