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    HRM Rendement 2021-05

    Encourage employees to ‘own’ their development

    Giving employees the opportunity to learn and develop themselves throughout their lifetime: the ideal picture according to the government of the Netherlands. However, this picture is also ideal for your organization. A strong learning culture allows your organization to take steps forward and creates a lot of flexibility in different areas. But permanent learning and self-development by employees does not come out of the blue; instead, it requires a lot of effort from employees and from you. The fact that the job market can suddenly change and that this change requires other abilities from employees has only been made more apparent during the coronavirus pandemic. The future of work and workers is – more than ever – veiled in uncertainty, as new developments happen in (...)

    Legislative proposal for paid parental leave approved by lower house of parliament

    A majority in the lower house of parliament has expressed its approval of the legislative proposal ‘Wet betaald ouderschapsverlof’ (Paid Parental Leave Act). Among many other things, the act will enable employees to receive a benefit for nine weeks during parental leave as of the summer of 2022. The legislative proposal is based on European directives aimed at improving the balance between work and private life for parents. The Netherlands must have incorporated these directives (...)