Date: 23 September 2021
Time: 12:00 PM UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language: English
Format: Online
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Europe: Flexible Workforce Will be Prohibited by Law in The Netherlands - Immediate Action Required!

Flexible workforce will be prohibited by law in The Netherlands - immediate action required.

In this webinar we will: 

(i) guide you through the upcoming legislation on the restriction of flexible workforce , which will not only limit you in hiring your own flexible workers, but also restricts the use of temporary workers from employment agencies;

(ii) show you the guiding principles about flexible use of workforce within the new legal framework, so that you will get insights on what you have to do now, to make sure you will have qualified people whenever you need them, and

(iii) reveal the strategy that is necessary for you to keep your business agile within the new legal framework.

The new legislation is predicted to come into force in 2022 -  the impact will not only be on the flexible workforce employed by your business directly, but will also hit the temporary employment agencies. On top of that, recent studies have shown that by 2022 there will be a shortage of 100.000 temporary employees in The Netherlands.

During the webinar we will also present a current benchmarking study to assess (i) what companies will look like as a result of this change (ii) what processes are already in place (iii) the significance of the change for individual companies and (iv) the position of the individual companies in relation to the new benchmark.  

Our discussion will be supported by a national and an international panelist. 

We will invite suitable candidates from the webinar attendees to participate in the benchmarking study and to receive a personalised benchmarking feedback session. 

Do you want to know what your business has to do, to be prepared for these groundbreaking changes?
Do you want to know where your business stands  in relation to this new benchmark?

Join us on 23rd September at 2 CET.

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Edith Nordmann

Edith N. Nordmann is an experienced corporate and commercial litigator, has an expert qualification in employment law and is an international ADR certified mediator.

She is specialized in cross border business transactions taking into consideration not only the different legal systems but also being acquainted with the various cultural differences that can make or break a deal.

As a public speaker she has shared this knowledge on various international conferences.

She was awarded "Women of the Decade in Law & Social change" by the Women Economic Forum in 2017.

As Managing Partner of Attorney Consulting Group International (ACG International), she can combine all these skills and expertise for the benefit of her international clients. By using deep-seated local knowledge and proven (international) networks across practice areas and borders, she assists her clients in getting deals done and finding solutions that achieve the best results for their actual needs.

Being fluent in German (native speaker), English, Dutch, French and Italian and understanding difference in mentality, culture and legal systems across many different cultures and countries, she is able to help her clients in a unique way.

Next to her professional career Edith engages in many charitable and social organisations using her professional expertise, not only helping others but also empowering them in their endeavours.   

Edwin Welner

Edwin Welner is an experienced Chairman Of The Board with a demonstrated history of working in the human resources industry. He is a strong entrepreneurship professional skilled in Coaching, Sales, Business Management, Sales Management, and Interim Management.

Abraham Mouritz

Abraham Mouritz is an attorney at law admitted to The Netherlands Bar Association (20+ years) and often acts as interim legal counsel for companies and law firms. Author and frequent speaker on technology and privacy legal matters.

He is privacy certified CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT & FIP by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and member of the Netherlands Association of Privacy Attorneys (VPR and VPR-A), The Netherlands Association for Information Law (NVvIR) and the Association of Information Law Attorneys (VIRA).

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