Investigation by an employer because of suspected misconduct on the part of the employee invariably leads to discussions on breach of privacy. If an employer suspects an employee of misconduct, the employer is entitled to perform an investigation and sometimes the proof is only ‘made tangible’ by engaging an investigation agency. Relying on the protection of privacy provides no alibi if there is manifest misconduct.Read more
Employers are entitled to engage a detective or an external investigation agency on suspected misconduct of employees. This article highlights the legal scope of such investigation and provides a checklist for employers.Read more
Arlette Putker acted for an internationally operating legal and notarial firm. Termination of the employment agreement was allowed because of the romantic relationship with the founder and senior partner of a rival legal office.Read more
Liesbeth Franx acted for a hotel chain in connection with an application to terminate the employment contract. Employment years prior to bankruptcy not counted with A-factor, but adjusted via the C-factor.
A publication in the magazine 'Mr.'Read more