News - Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment
11 news items of Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment
Package of measures to cushion the impact of rising energy prices and inflation
The government is introducing measures to cushion the impact of rising energy prices and persistent inflation on low- and ...
Evening closures prolonged, primary schools to shut a week early before Christmas
The number of new coronavirus cases is still very high and there are still many COVID-19 patients in hospital. But the surge in ...
Evening closures and stricter measures during the day
The number of people testing positive for coronavirus has never been as high as during the past few weeks. Access to healthcare ...
End of support package for jobs and economy
With effect from 1 October, the government will discontinue the generic support measures that have helped the Dutch economy as ...
Support package for jobs and economy to be continued in third quarter
The outlook for economic recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic is positive and the virus appears to be on the wane. However, there ...
Support and recovery package substantially expanded
The government is substantially expanding its support package for jobs and the economy. Vaccination has begun, opening up ...
NCTV Threat Assessment: Attack in the Netherlands imaginable, with loners primary threat
There are currently individuals in the Netherlands who are radicalising or are already highly radicalised, and who may pose a ...
Government extends coronavirus support for jobs and the economy into 2021
Coronavirus is continuing to affect employment and the economy and the recession is unlikely to end very soon. The government has ...
Coronavirus: Dutch government adopts package of new measures designed to save jobs and the economy
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Dutch government has decided to implement a series of unprecedented economic measures. The ...
Coronavirus: fewer children and fewer staff members at childcare centres
The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) advises people with a cold, a cough or a fever to ...