News - Employment and training
10 news items on Employment and training
EU grants make a difference, but do not necessarily meet the greatest challenges
More than €7 billion spent in 7 years: recipients satisfied The Netherlands spent more than €7.4 billion in EU grants in ...
Flexible workers: the biggest risks on the labour market and the least resilience
One fifth of the 1.9 million Dutch workers employed on flexible labour contracts have neither savings nor a partner in work they ...
Individual support for companies during the corona crisis: lessons learned from the past often applied
Government earmarks €3.5 billion for targeted support for businesses Ministers applied lessons learned from previous support ...
16 lessons learned from previous government measures to support large companies
First publication on ongoing investigation into the corona crisis and support for business In a letter to the House of ...
State’s 2019 acquisition of Air France-KLM shares was irregular
The government acted irregularly by not informing parliament in advance of the State of the Netherlands’ acquisition of a 14% ...
Employee Insurance Agency working satisfactorily, but the future is less certain
Changing political ambitions frustrate mediation on job market
Changes in civic integration policy have not produced better results
Results of the government’s civic integration policy fail to live up to expectations.
Adults with literacy and numeracy difficulties: gap between problem and government policy
Results of government policy on functional illiteracy uncertain
Comments on the 2015 budget of the Ministry of Social Affairs
The letter on the 2015 budget of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW) considers, among other things, the ...
House of Representatives plays limited role in setting contributions to social insurance funds
Social insurance funds report deficit for first time in many years in 2013