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    HRM Rendement 2021-01

    Legislative proposal for the future of pensions

    The Cabinet of the Dutch government has published a concept of the legislative proposal ‘Wet toekomst pensioenen (Future of Pensions Act). The proposal includes various drastic measures, aiming to transform the Dutch pension system in the next few years and demanding a lot from people operative in pensions sector, such as pension providers, advisors, the government and social partners, but also from employers and employees. For the transition to the new pension system, all current pension plans must be adjusted. Everyone will get the same type of pension: a ‘premieovereenkomst’ (a pension in which the course of pension premiums is predetermined). Every employer is required to draw up a transition plan. Transition period The proposal is supposed to go into effect on January 1, 2022 (...)

    Working on the growth and development of employees

    Say goodbye to all negativity For many employees, 2020 is a year they would rather forget quickly. Working from home had its advantages, but many missed the daily small talks with colleagues gathering around the coffee dispenser. Some even missed the unpredictable meetings! Moreover, 2020 wasn’t closed with a ‘real’ Christmas party, nor was this year started by the traditional New Year’s drink. It is important for your organization to keep the spirits high, to (...)