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Woensdag 30 september 2017 hebben we een bijeenkomst gehouden voor Apotheek assistenten. Hier heeft iedereen zijn juridische vragen kunnen stellen.

Dinsdag 10 oktober 2017 waren we bij Radio Recogin uitgenodigd. Tijdens de uitzending konden de luisteraars hun juridische vragen kunnen stellen met betrekking tot hun rechten in het arbeidsproces.

Dinsdag 27 oktober 2017 zijn wij uitgenodigd bij het Ministerie van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid, hier we uitleggen wat het verschil is tussen de ABU inlenersbeloning en de Waadi beloning inlener (de enig juridische juiste definitie).
GRATIS ADVIES OP MAAT VAN EEN Arbeidsrechtdeskundige.

What we can do?

If you worked through a temporary agency and you believe that your employer has not properly paid you or if you have a complaint against an employer for violating a Labor Law enforced by Wage & Hour, you must file a wage claim in order to start the process.If you are not sure whether we will be able to help you with your claim, contact us for assistance.

What we can do for you!
The following video explains clearly how it works

We offer you the following:

We check your employment contract and pay slip on payout of the right wage for €242,- Furthermore, we will write a wage claim letter for you. You can send this letter by registered mail to your (or former) employer.

We only write a wage claim letter for you, when your employer owes you more than €500,-. In this letter we claim your unpaid wages, the legal interest, and give him the notice of default, a payment term and we will tell him when he’s in default.

When your employer owes you less than €500,-, then we are not going to do anything for you and you will get your €242,- back, within two weeks. We are not going to do anything for you, because the costs will outweighs your net wage that your employer owes you.

By comparison: A labour law lawyer takes at least three hours time to look at your case and write you a wage claim letter. For that, you will get a bill of at least:

3h x € 165,- + 6% + 21% = €634,88

Note: the lawyer will not give you your money back when you’re claim is less than €500.-.

What if your employer refuses to pay?

When your employer hasn’t paid you the unpaid wages, one month after sending him the wage claim letter, then you are free to choose to take him to Court. You can do that with a labour law lawyer or you can do it together with us.

For writing a petition we charge you €300,-. The cost of this petition is a legal cost and we also will claim that cost at your employer. It is up to the Court to grant this claim.

By comparison: A labour law lawyer takes at least four hours time to look at your case and write you a petition. For that, you will get a bill of at least:

4h x € 165,- + 6% + 21% = €846,52

What should you do if there is a Court hearing of your case?

Your petition will be handled during a Court hearing. You can choose to represent yourself at the Court. It’s not necessary that you’re a lawyer. After all, it is a simple matter. When you are unable to go to the Court or you hardly speak and understand the Dutch language, then you can authorize us to go to the Court for you. We charge €250,-for this authorization and our time.

The cost of this authorization is a legal cost and we also will claim that cost at your employer. It is up to the Court to grant this claim.

 

Note: When you authorized us and you have paid €250.-, then it’s possible that your employer pays your wages even before the Court hearing takes place. If we don’t have to jus your authorization, we deposit € 250,- back to you, within 2 weeks.

By comparison: When your lawyer has his Office next to the Courthouse, then you’re in luck. Your lawyer must travel to represent you at the Court. It’s fair to say that your lawyer putts at least four hours working in your case. For that, you will get a bill of at least:

4h x €165,- + 6% + 21% = €846,52

What’s the difference?

The difference between a labour law lawyer and us, is the price you pay. For filing the same claim, you pay at least €2327,92 for a lawyer. While you’re with us you pay a maximum of €792,-. That’s one-third of the cost!

What do we need to determine how much you’re employer owes you?

  • a copy of your employment contract,
  • a copy of your temporary employment agreement,
  • a copy of your secondment agreement,
  • a copy of your pay slips/salary specifications/wage specifications.

Note: This copies must be supplied digitally. This can be done through photos, a PDF file or a Word file.

Send the requested documents along with the wage claim request letter to us, and then at least you know what you should be earning!

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