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    HRM Rendement 2021-08

    The future for the untaxed fixed travel allowance

    What to do with the costs of commuting? If employees make the same commute to work each day, it is more practical to pay them a fixed amount in travel allowance for the expenses than to have them claim the costs of each commute separately. Many employees therefore pay their employees such a fixed travel allowance. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, a temporary regulation has been put into effect allowing employers to continue paying a fixed travel allowance to employees who work from home and thus commute to work less often or not at all. In the meantime, however, the travel habits of many employees have changed and with the temporary regulation soon to be discontinued, this raises the question what to do (...)

    Shortage in qualified staff

    Although we are approaching the end of the coronavirus pandemic, another crisis is looming on the horizon which may affect the day-to-day affairs for anyone working in HRM: a labor market shortage. According to ‘Researchcentrum Onderwijs en Arbeidsmarkt (ROA)’, a research center run by Maastricht University, a total of two million job openings are expected between now and 2026, while only 1.6 million new people are expected to enter the labor market in that same (...)