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The gross minimum wage rates as per 1 July 2011

Every year on the 1 January and 1 July, the gross amounts are increased.

News item | 14-06-2011 | 15:12

The approach against violence against employees is well underway

The police give high priority to the investigation of aggression and violence against employees with a public duty. Furthermore, ...

News item | 12-05-2011 | 15:11

Labour migration rules for EU citizens tightened up

The cabinet is tightening up the rules to put the inflow of migrants from other EU countries into the Netherlands on the right ...

News item | 03-05-2011 | 16:48

Regulations labour migration from outside Europe more sharply defined from 1 July 2011

The Cabinet has agreed with the proposal of Minister Kamp for Social Services and Employment to only issue work permits to non-EU ...

News item | 08-04-2011 | 16:57

Short survey of social security in the Netherlands published

News item | 18-03-2011 | 14:21

Labour exploitation in Europe - a book about combating human trafficking

The publication “Labour exploitation in Europe” offers insight into the problems that are encountered when combating human ...

News item | 19-11-2010 | 13:50

Budget SZW 2011

News item | 23-09-2010 | 14:00

Minister Donner signs agreement with Romania on movement of workers

Better enforcement and proper social security implementation on both sides were the focus during the working visit of Social ...

News item | 05-07-2010 | 09:01

Global child labour conference in the Hague

On 10 & 11 May the The HagueGlobal Child Labour Conference 2010 has taken place.

News item | 15-05-2010 | 10:17

380 participants from 80 countries at global child labour conference

The two-day international conference against child labour, at which 380 participants from 80 countries are in attendance, got ...

News item | 10-05-2010 | 09:18

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