If employees must travel to a country where a negative COVID-19 test is required, the employer can arrange for the employee to be tested by the company doctor.
Currently, no proof of vaccination is required to enter the Netherlands. In the Netherlands, an entry ban currently applies to countries outside the EU or Schengen area, including the UK, except for certain exceptions.
However, if travelling to the Netherlands, you may be asked to present certain documents. Applicable to almost all travellers is the requirement to demonstrate an official negative PCR test result for COVID-19. Travellers coming from high-risk countries by aircraft or ship may be asked to present the result of an official negative rapid test, which has different requirements than a PCR test. In conclusion, when travelling by air to the Netherlands, you may be asked to complete a Health Declaration Form. After your arrival in the Netherlands, a ten-day quarantine obligation could also apply, depending on the country you are travelling from.