Employment law is in constant flux. That’s because employment law is a field of law that more than any other is at the mercy of politics. The result is legislation that clearly demonstrates compromise and years of discussion.
Achievements made in employment law are often subsequently surrendered in a different political climate. The climate is therefore uncertain, even though it is clear that what employment law needs is a climate of calm and certainty.
Society is also changing, not least as a result of technological advances and all the demands these make on the supply and demand of labour.
Whatever the case, it is the issue of employment that remains so vital for most businesses. This is why it is so important to follow employment legislation to see whether changes bring opportunities and whether they require us to change tack.
On your behalf, whether you are an employer or employee, we closely monitor employment legislation.
Our lawyers have years of experience in their areas of expertise and train annually, including in a special programme from Erasmus University. They also carry out peer reviews with each other and other fellow lawyers.
Wage payment during sick leave, suspension/non-payment of wages in the event of a breach of reintegration obligations; request for an expert opinion or second opinion; instigating and assisting during mediation.