Manon Lucassen has worked as a paralegal at Palthe Oberman since July 2020. She deals with all aspects of employment law.
Manon graduated from the VU University Amsterdam in July 2020, where she followed the specializations employment law and criminal law within the master’s degree Law. She graduated with honours for both specializations. Her employment law thesis focused on the legal (in)secure position of the employee in summary dismissal.
During her studies, Manon has worked and did internships at various law firms in both employment law and criminal law.
In her spare time, Manon enjoys sports and especially kickboxing.
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The sick employee: suspend or discontinue the salary?
In principle, the sick employee is entitled to continued payment of salary for two years. In a number of cases, the employer may suspend or even discontinue the payment of salary. In practice, it is not always easy to distinguish between these terms. Read in this blog the difference between suspension and discontinuation of salary.
NOW 4: Sixth application period for subsidies opened
The economy is slowly reopening, but not yet for everyone. In order to continue supporting employers as much as possible, the NOW is extended by three months until 30 September 2021. However, the government has decided to apply a maximum turnover loss of 80% (to be declared). Find below the most important features of the NOW 4.
Cross-border remote work FAQs
What is the value of a vacation day?
The value of a vacation day is important when holidays are taken and when they are paid out (whether or not at the end of the employment). During vacation, an employee is entitled to his usual wage. In practice, it is not always clear what constitutes as usual wage. In this blog we explain what is included in the so-called 'holiday pay'.