There are many things that you should take care of before applying for jobs in the Netherlands, your BSN number, opening a Dutch bank account and more. In this guidebook, we give you our list of essentials that you should look into before applying for a job in the Netherlands.
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The health insurance system in the Netherlands works slightly different from the social or health institutions of other European countries. This blog article will explain everything you need to know about the eigen risico (literally “own risk”, or deductibles) that all Dutch medical insurance companies mention in their policy.
Eigen Risico (“Own Risk”): the Dutch Health Insurance System
While working for Abroad Experience, if you do become ill during your contract as a temporary employer, we ask you to keep the following steps in mind:
Inform your Hirer (your Manager) before 10.00 on the day of illness and explain your current situation.
Inform Abroad Experience after you spoke to your manager and also let us know that you have been in contact with your manager already.
When you are back at work, please also inform Abroad Experience of this so we can update our records.
What to do when you get ill while working as a Temporary Employee at Abroad Experience
What does health care look like in the Netherlands, and what are the laws regarding health insurance? In this blog, we cover what the rules are, how to choose and apply for a health insurance and how to choose a general practitioner (huisarts).
Health Insurance in the Netherlands
Sickness, stolen items, broken bones or windows, and fender benders. A few of the things in life we all so our best to avoid, however life never comes without these inconveniences and pain in our wallets or limbs. Thankfully though, there’s insurance.
Types of Insurance in the Netherlands.