New regulations for cross-border workers

15th October 2008, Comments 0 comments

Learn about the latest changes in Dutch regulations for expats and inpats in labour Law, tax regulations and pensions in Nyenrode, the Netherlands, on 1 December.

Do you employ any foreign workers – whether permanent or temporary? Are you responsible for Dutch employees who are working abroad? Do you view fiscal and legal issues regarding expatriates as complicated and time-consuming?

As you probably know, not handling these issues properly can be a costly affair and are a significant risk for employers.

To help you address tricky questions such as where to pay your taxes and premiums, when the 30 percent ruling applies,  and to keep up-to-date on the new labour law and fiscal obligations Lexlumen, in cooperation with Expatica, is organising a one-day conference on 1 December 2008 in Amsterdam.

Four expert speakers will discuss the latest changes in Dutch regulations for expats and inpats and give you practical tips on:

  • Obtaining visas/ permits from the IND
  • Social security
  • Labour law 
  • Fiscal regulations
  • Pensions

Click here for more information.


You can register online at or send an email to
We look forward to meeting you on 1 December.

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