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The Dutch arm of our International Employee Benefits business is based in Den Bosch in the Netherlands.
Our success relies upon the combined experience of both our Dutch and UK staff, which extends to over 60 years delivering local and international Benefit packages for small to medium sized companies; in particular those with a European cross border presence.
We advise upon, implement and manage bespoke packages of Employee Benefits, including Group Pensions, Life Assurance, Income Protection and Group Health Plans.
In the Netherlands our services extend to the following.
Because the Netherlands has complex legislation surrounding pensions, we provide detailed guidance on the implementation of the most appropriate qualifying pension plan for your requirements. Dependants pensions are usually provided through a group pension scheme by way of additional inclusive life insurance.
Group life insurance provides an employee’s dependants with a tax free lump sum if they die whilst in employed service.
Group income protection provides a percentage of the employee’s income if they are absent from work through long term illness or injury.
In The Netherlands employers have additional responsibilities regarding the first two years of illness of an employee. Insurance solutions are available to cover possible costs and Health and Safety requirements.
Dutch legislation requires anyone working or living in The Netherlands to take out private medical insurance.
An employer sponsored “collective” plan can offer premium discounts and larger group plans provide additional coverage. A basic insurance plan will cover GP consultation, hospital treatment and accommodation, Pharmacy, Childbirth and post maternity care as well as Mental health and Dental Health for children under the age of 18.
On top of the basic package, insurance companies offer diverse additional packages which offer coverage for health care not covered in the basic insurance; for example the first 20 treatments of physiotherapy or dental care.
This is available as a standalone product. Employee Assistance Programs can provide counselling and referral services for those faced with financial, emotional or legal issues.