A qualified Dutch employment attorney in the Netherlands will be able to help with a wide range of workplace issues, from identifying discrimination or harassment within the workforce to navigating complex litigation and settlement negotiations. A good attorney should also be able to provide guidance on best practices for hiring, workplace safety and employee benefits administration. They will also have an in-depth knowledge of the Dutch labor laws and regulations, and will be able to evaluate whether non-compete agreements or trade secrets are legally enforceable.
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The team is active in industrial action and co-determination disputes, as well as advising on transactional employment matters including M&A and restructurings. It is a member of the international Ius Laboris alliance.