Breakfast seminar on 10 and 11 maart 2016

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Date:
12 Jan 2016

This year, Bronsgeest Deur has once again planned a seminar in order to offer its clients information about the most recent employment law developments.

By:
Philip Nabben

This year, Bronsgeest Deur has once again planned a seminar in order to offer its clients information about the most recent employment law developments.

Since the implementation of the Act Work and Security (WWZ) in 2015, employment law has undergone some drastic changes. The legislator has, consciously or subconsciously, left the implementation of a great number of vital topics to practice, such as the extent and scope of the obligation to provide training and the efforts to redeploy in case of reorganisations. The subjects of the implementation of the reasonable grounds for dismissal and the concept of reckless or seriously culpable conduct have also raised a good number of questions.

There have also been some changes apart from the WWZ. From an employment law perspective, specific attention needs to be given to the further tightening of privacy legislation and the Data Leaks (Reporting Obligation) Act. And how about the act that aims to regulate continued employment after the state pensionable age, or the Act that is intended to tackle bogus constructions?

These topics we would like to address with you in an informal setting. We have opted for two breakfast sessions from which to choose. During these sessions we will tackle the aforementioned issues and we will both offer you information about recent legislation and useful practical advice. We would hereby like to invite you to join us for one the breakfast sessions at our offices, to be held on:

Thursday morning

10 March 2016.  

from 08.30 – 10.15 hours

Friday morning  

11 March 2016

from 08.30 – 10.15 hours

Please inform us of your wish to participate and your preferred date by sending us an email at reserveer@bd-advocaten.nl, preferably no later than 1 February next. Should one of your colleagues also be interested to participate, please let us know; he or she will be more than welcome.

Please note that the sessions will only be held in Dutch.