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    Payroll Rendement 2021-05

    The statutory right to rest and have breaks regulated by the ‘Arbeidstijdenwet’

    The ‘Arbeidstijdenwet’ (Working Hours Act) does not only contain rules pertaining to the maximum number of consecutive hours an employee may work. With respect to safety and good health, it is also important employees take breaks and have the opportunity to rest and catch their breath in between shifts. The ‘Arbeidstijdenwet’ therefore also contains rules and regulation on the latter. The ‘Arbeidstijdenwet’ contains quite the number of rules and regulations pertaining to the working hours of employees. The maximum number of working hours permitted per day, per shift or per week, the maximum for longer periods, such as months, and also the minimally required rest time in between shifts are all covered by the act. Moreover, there are many special rules applicable to e.g. younger (...)

    Increase in statutory minimum wages as of July 1, 2021

    As of July 1, 2021, the statutory minimum wages will increase slightly by 0.96%. This means that in the second half of 2021, employers must pay employees age 21 or older with a fulltime contract at least € 1701 gross per month. The Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment has published the increased minimum wages in effect as of July 1, 2021 in the ‘Staatscourant’, the Government Gazette of the Netherlands. The gross statutory minimum (...)