Wiretapping employees – let’s run the tape?

A sales adviser of an exclusive car dealer proved to be overly enthusiastic when he confided to a customer, in a phone call during working hours, that he was starting out for himself “in the background” and asked the customer whether they might be interested in his own Audi...

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Bill on corona passes for workplace on hold

In a previous blog, we informed you about the bill that would make it possible for employers to require a “corona pass” from employees, self-employed workers and volunteers in some cases, indicating their COVID-19 vaccination status. Despite the high number of infections since the introduction of this bill on...

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CLINT | Littler welcomes Tanya van Nieuwstadt

We are pleased to announce that Tanya van Nieuwstadt has joined CLINT | Littler as Counsel with effect from February 1, 2022. Tanya is a seasoned employment lawyer and has particular experience in complex employment matters such as business restructures, bonus disputes, senior level hires and (collective) dismissals. In...

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Inappropriate workplace conduct – Educate your boss 

Early in 2019, we wrote in response to the #MeToo movement that an employer had to ensure a safe working environment. With a sound and effectively enforced policy, the employer is the cornerstone for preventing sexual intimidation in the workplace. The situation at The Voice of Holland sadly shows...

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