Expats

Nederland

Onze specialisten van de CMS Expat Desk adviseren (internationale) bedrijven over expats. De advisering heeft betrekking op het arbeidsrecht, visa, werkvergunningen, belasting, pensioen en sociale zekerheidsaspecten. De navolgende onderwerpen komen onder meer aan bod:

  • indienen van de vereiste vergunningen voor zowel expats als gezinsleden om in Nederland te kunnen verblijven en werken;
  • registratie van de werkgever bij de Immigratie- en Naturalisatiedienst (IND);
  • mobiliteitsbeleid;
  • internationale opdrachtovereenkomsten;
  • expatovereenkomsten;
  • beëindiging van de expatovereenkomst of internationale opdrachtovereenkomst;
  • de mogelijkheid voor het aanvragen van een belastingaftrek van 30%;
  • de fiscale optimalisatie van een "salary split" en werknemersvoordelen;
  • belastingverplichtingen van werkgevers, multi-state loon en aangiften voor inkomstenbelasting;
  • de toepasselijke pensioenregeling en hoe dient te worden omgegaan met pensioenen in verschillende landen;
  • de mogelijkheden voor internationale transfers van pensioenuitkeringen en doorlopende deelname aan een andere jurisdictie;
  • analyse van de toepasselijke socialezekerheidsregeling(en) en de gevolgen daarvan; en
  • de implementatie van het gewenste socialezekerheidsstelsel.
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March 2019
CMS Gui­de to Em­ploy­ment Is­sues in M&A Trans­ac­ti­ons
CMS Em­ploy­ment Prac­ti­ce Area Group is plea­sed to sha­re with you the 2019 edi­ti­on of the CMS Gui­de to Em­ploy­ment Is­sues in M&A Trans­ac­ti­ons.Whi­le mer­gers and ac­qui­si­ti­ons (M&A) tend to be led by cor­po­ra­te or tax la­wy­ers, de­a­ling ef­fec­ti­ve­ly with the em­ploy­ment law is­sues can sig­ni­fi­cantly im­pro­ve the chan­ces of a suc­ces­sful trans­fer. The im­por­tan­ce of em­ploy­ment law and the ty­pes of dif­fi­cul­ties that ari­se de­pend on the na­tu­re of the in­di­vi­du­al trans­ac­ti­on, but a fai­lu­re to ade­qua­te­ly exa­mi­ne the exis­ting rights and obli­ga­ti­ons bet­ween the tar­get com­pa­ny and its staff can re­sult in ex­pen­si­ve em­ploy­ment claims, ad­mi­ni­stra­ti­ve fi­nes and other li­a­bi­li­ties.The em­ploy­ment la­wy­ers on the team must car­ry out due di­li­gen­ce to iden­ti­fy any po­ten­ti­al pro­blems with col­lec­ti­ve bar­gai­ning agree­ments, mis­clas­si­fi­ca­ti­on of em­ploy­ees (e.g. as free­lan­ce), pen­si­on sche­mes, em­ploy­ee be­ne­fits, ac­cru­ed and as-yet un­paid ti­me off, exis­ting legal claims and po­ten­ti­al legal claims. They can al­so help de­sign lay­off and re­ten­ti­on stra­te­gies, en­su­re re­gu­la­to­ry com­pli­an­ce, har­mo­ni­se em­ploy­ment prac­ti­ces in the new com­bi­ned en­ti­ty and deal with cross-bor­der clas­hes in em­ploy­ment cul­tu­re.This CMS Gui­de to Em­ploy­ment Is­sues in M&A Trans­ac­ti­ons pro­vi­des a com­pre­hen­si­ve over­view of the em­ploy­ment law re­qui­re­ments to be ta­ken in­to ac­count when de­a­ling with an M&A trans­ac­ti­on in any one of 31 ju­ris­dic­ti­ons. In­for­ma­ti­on about cross-bor­der mer­gers can be found in a se­pa­ra­te CMS gui­de.This gui­de of­fers a va­lu­a­ble re­sour­ce to help with the plan­ning ne­ces­sa­ry to ma­na­ge risk and avoid ma­jor pro­blems du­ring eve­ry sta­ge of the in­te­gra­ti­on pro­cess. Should you need mo­re de­tai­led ad­vi­ce, plea­se reach out to your re­gu­lar CMS con­tact or send an e-mail to em­ploy­[email protected]­legal.com. We ha­ve a pro­ven track re­cord in un­der­stan­ding our clients’ needs, and in de­li­ve­ring a pro­fes­si­o­nal and seam­less ser­vi­ce. We will be hap­py to pro­vi­de fur­ther ad­vi­ce.The CMS Em­ploy­ment Team
January 2019
CMS Gui­des to Dis­mis­sals
CMS Em­ploy­ment Prac­ti­ce Area Group is plea­sed to sha­re with you the 2019 edi­ti­on of the Gui­des to Dis­mis­salsThe CMS Gui­des to Dis­mis­sals are in­ten­ded to help em­ploy­ers an­ti­ci­pa­te the pos­si­ble cour­ses of events when they de­ci­de to ter­mi­na­te an em­ploy­ment con­tract or dis­miss a ma­na­ging di­rec­tor. The bet­ter pre­pa­red and in­for­med the com­pa­ny is, the ea­sier the pro­cess is to hand­le for eve­ry­o­ne in­vol­ved. Dis­mis­sals are not just ac­ti­ons through which an em­ploy­ment re­la­ti­ons­hip with a com­pa­ny ends, they can al­so be a part of a lar­ger re­struc­tu­ring pro­cess, so­me­ti­mes in­clu­ding se­ve­r­al coun­tries.Our CMS Gui­des to Dis­mis­sals pro­vi­de an ea­sy to use over­view of ter­mi­na­ti­on pro­ce­du­res for em­ploy­ees and ma­na­ging di­rec­tors across Eu­ro­pe, Asia and La­tin Ame­ri­ca. The first part of the Gui­des deals with ter­mi­na­ti­on pro­ce­du­res for em­ploy­ees and the se­cond part for ma­na­ging di­rec­tors. The Gui­des are in­ten­ded to pro­vi­de CMS’s in­ter­na­ti­o­nal clients with a sum­ma­ry of lo­cal laws across 33 coun­tries, ma­king it ea­sier to un­der­stand both the si­mi­la­ri­ties and dif­fe­ren­ces bet­ween ju­ris­dic­ti­ons. If the­se Gui­des en­cou­ra­ge you to seek mo­re de­tai­led in­for­ma­ti­on, plea­se reach out to your re­gu­lar CMS con­tact or send an e-mail to em­ploy­[email protected]­legal.com. We ha­ve a pro­ven track re­cord in un­der­stan­ding our clients’ needs, and in de­li­ve­ring a pro­fes­si­o­nal and seam­less ser­vi­ce. We will be hap­py to pro­vi­de fur­ther ad­vi­ce.Plea­se fill in the de­tails be­low to re­cei­ve a free co­py of CMS Gui­de to Dis­mis­sals:560340htt­ps://form.jot­for­meu.com/902318824583601al­ways
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