You wish to work in the Netherlands- fantastic! Do make sure to ask yourself, before you apply or attend interviews, whether you still need to arrange a work permit to start the next chapter in your new home country.Read Do I need a work permit to work in the Netherlands and if so, how can I apply for it?
Although it is not compulsory, most companies in The Netherlands reimburse the cost for your daily commuting to work. The policy regarding the amount to be compensated for public and private transport varies from company to company.
When travelling by private transport it is common to receive €0.19 cents per KM up to a certain KM distance per day. The KM distance per day is once again decided by the company. When travelling by public transport companies request invoices/receipts of your travel costs. The policy regarding travel expenses will be stated in your Assignment that you sign with us.Read Travel expense payments
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR – AVG in Dutch) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. We all received many emails last year, telling us about this new law and that companies couldn’t keep our data anymore without our consent. At Abroad Experience things also changed a bit and we’re going to tell you how.Read GDPR and transparency at Abroad Experience
Building a family is always something that drastically changes your life, not only on the personal side but also on the professional one. It can be challenging sometimes to understand all your rights as an employee and future parent. So, if you are a mother or father to be in the Netherlands, you might want to know career and parents’ life in the Netherlands, what are your maternity or paternity rights, when to tell your employer about it and even the impact a baby can have on your career.Read How to manage career and parents’ life 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.Read Types of Insurance in the Netherlands.