Work in the Netherlands
The labor market for Polish citizen is open from 1 May 2007. You do not require a work permit. You do not need a residence permit.
Obtaining the number of BSN. This can be obtained in the Dutch city, responsible for the place of residence.
Jobs in the Netherlands available for
nurses, welders, fitters, builders, butchers, agriculture workers, floriculture workers, harvesting workers, fishing, food processing workers.
The minimum wages in Holland are at level of 1500 per month.
Cost of living in the Netherlands
- Accommodation: 200 to 300 euros a month for renting a room, about 500 euros a month for renting a studio
- Board: about 200 euros a month
In the Netherlands, is valid for up to 40 hour working week. It can be shortened to 36 hours. Overtime is usually rewarded with extra pay, mostly to the 1.5 basic hourly rate, less the additional leave to be used.
According to labor law in the Netherlands, the maximum length of the working day, including overtime, is 12 hours, maximum 60 hours per week. Each employee is entitled to at least 11 hours rest between shifts, but once a week, this time can be shortened to 8 hours, and once a week, the employee must have a minimum of 36 hours of rest. If the work is done at night, an employee can not work more than 40 hours per week.
In the Netherlands, as in other countries, applies the Labour Code, which are specified holidays: New Year's Day, Good Friday, the first and second day of Easter, the Queen's birthday (30 April), Liberation Day (May 5) Ascension Day (9 May), Whit Monday (May or June), Assumption Day (August 15).
Cities in the Netherlands
Valkenburg aan de Geul
Bergen op Zoom
Hoofddorp (mun. Haarlemmermeer)
Alphen aan den Rijn
The Hague ('s-Gravenhage or Den Haag)