Nadia Adnani has been with Palthe Oberman since May 2011. Nadia is concerned with all aspects of employment law and public service law. She assists Dutch and international organisations as well as employees and public servants.
She advises and conducts legal proceedings on matters such as individual and collective redundancies, reorganisations, workplace privacy, and employment contracts (competition clauses, study costs clauses, etc.).
Nadia is involved in the work of War Child and the Najib Amhali Foundation. She also provides guidance in the prestigious programme The Boardroom of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. In addition, Nadia regularly writes blogs on employment law topics (see opposite under ‘News.), provides workshops, and has collaborated on the book ‘The influence of dismissal.’
Nadia graduated in the fields of Private Law and International & European Law from the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and has a broad legal background. Before she started practicing as a lawyer, Nadia worked for the Education Centre of the Vrije Universiteit as a coordinator in the Diversity and Study Success Department.
In her spare time, Nadia can be found on the tennis court where she plays at a competitive level.
- employment law
- public service law
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Financial support for testing employees without symptoms
The Dutch government has introduced temporary financial support for employers that want to have employees without symptoms preventively tested if working from home is not possible. In this blog we briefly discuss the possibilities of (rapid) testing of employees on location and give an overview of the temporary financial support from the government.
L&E Global Employment Law Tracker March 2021
Palthe Oberman is pleased to present you with the most recent Employment Law Tracker consisting of employment law updates of all firms connected to the L&E Global Network for March 2021.
Non-competition clause in a fixed-term employment contract?
Since the Work and Security Act entered into force, the main rule is that a non-competition clause in a fixed-term employment contract is, in principle, not permitted. An exception to the main rule is possible if the employer can motivate that the non-competition clause is necessary due to 'important business or service interests'. In this blog we discuss the validity of a non-competition clause in a fixed-term employment contract.
The Act on Working after the State Pension Age
The Act on Working after the State Pension Age entered into force on 1 January 2016. The purpose of this Act is to remove impediments for employers to employ persons who have reached the state pension age. In practice, we often notice that employers are not well informed about the Act on Working after the State Pension Age. Therefore, we will discuss the main rights and obligations following from this Act in this blog.
Workers at home due to bad weather conditions: entitled to wages?
Recently, the snow brought not only lots of ice skating fun, but also persistent slipperiness across the country. As a result of the snow or stormy weather, it can be difficult to travel to work by car or public transportation. Could the bad weather conditions be a reason for employees to stay home? What does a KNMI ´code red´ mean for employers?