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On Tuesday 18 February, the Lower House of the Dutch Parliament passed the legislative proposal for the Work and Security Act by a significant majority. However, a number of amendments were made which will have profound implications for the legislative proposal.
In light of the aforementioned developments, AKD has drawn up a summary of the eleven main changes and the consequences they will have for employers.
Update after adoption of legislative proposal by the Dutch Parliament
1. Modification of dual system
2. Terminating an employment contract for a definite period of time
3. Transition fee
4. Settlement Agreement
5. Professional development obligation
6. Chain Regulation (Ketenregeling)
7. Trial period under a temporary contract
8. Non-competition Clause
9. Successive term of employment
10. Risk rules
11. Unemployment Act