About HRM CollegeHRM College is a Dutch company which primarely focusses on servicing clients with staff in the Netherlands.
All our specialists are bi-lingual and all workshops, masterclasses and seminars can be given in english. Please contact us for more information. You can find our contact details at the bottom of this page.
The background of the course leader, Arthur Hol, helps to make the course/workshop as practical as possible, from an integral perspective: Arthur is a specialized labor lawyer / attorney-at-law who worked previously as an international HR manager for Royal Dutch Shell and KLM Cargo, having attained university degrees in both law and organizational psychology.
Below you will find an example of a course/workhop conducted in the English language:
of course scope and content of the course/workshop can be tailored to meet your requirements!
Dutch Labour Law & HRMPlease find below an example of an in-company course on Dutch Labour law & HR for a multinational company, operating in the Netherlands. Of course, this course can be tailored to your special needs and wishes.
1. One-day course on Dutch labour Law & HRM for line managers and HR Professionals
2. 3 hour presentation / workshop for Management Team
3. 3 hour workshop on business cases for Line managers, co-facilitated by HR professionals
(1) One Day course program The start- and end times are indicative only, to allow maximum interactivity and emphasis on the desired topics
Before and during the course: participants can send in or bring up current or closed practical cases for discussion purposes. During the course, reference will be made to best practices of relevant other multinational companies.
09:00 An overview of the employment law framework in The Netherlands
11:15 Hiring employees, contracts of employment, benefits, leave
12.15-13.00 Lunch break
13:00 Day to day employee management
15:00 Managing (non-) performance, labour conflicts & Sickness issues
15:30 Termination of employment
16.15-16.25 small break
16:45 What's on the horizon?
17:00 End of course
During the course, cross-references might be made by the course leader, the in-house-legal counsel and the HR-manager(s) present to the HRM-framework and policies, as well as to the labour law of some other countries relevant to the company, as deemed useful
The background of the course leader, Arthur Hol, helps to make the course as practical as possible, from an integral perspective: Arthur is a specialized labour lawyer / attorney-at-law who worked previously as an international HR manager for Royal Dutch/Shell and KLM Cargo, having attained university degrees in both law and organizational psychology.
(2) 3 hour presentation / workshop for Management Team
The 3 hour presentation / workshop for the Management Team will be a condensed version of the One-day course outlined above, to allow maximum interactivity and emphasis on the managerial dilemmas facing the MT-members –as well as room for questions and discussion.
When discussing the HR and labour law topics outlined in the One-day course for Line-Managers & HR-professionals, focus will be on the more high-level roles & responsibilities of MT-members, as well as on their important role in the interview process:.
Before and during the course: MT-members can send in or bring up current or closed practical cases for discussion purposes. During the presentation/workshop, reference will be made to best practices of relevant other multinational companies.
(3) 3-hour workshops for Line-Managers and HR-professionals
0900-13.00 (or 13.00-17.00)
(a) Deepening understanding of all Course topics by working on practical cases in subgroups.
(b) Becoming more familiar with the renewed HRM-framework and policies of Company X
All Cases will be tailor-made by HRM College –in collabouration with the company HR/training- to comprise all aspects of a topic, as well as allow focus on an all aspects of the renewed policies.
09:00 Follow-up on One-day course: & set-up of half-day workshop
09:30 Case nr. 1: Non-performance issue
10:30 Case nr. 2: Sickness issue
11:30 Case nr. 3: Non-compliance & labour conflict issue
13.00 End of workshop