Major concerns about pressure on students & teachers in vocational, higher education

Education Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven is very concerned about the toll the coronavirus pandemic is having on both students and teachers. So far, the damage to the quality of education is limited, by the first study delays are already visible in secondary vocational education and higher professional education, she said in a letter to parliament, […]

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Flexible work hours, sabbaticals becoming top job perks as employees stay home

The coronavirus pandemic had a significant impact on the Dutch labor market, not only for what jobs are available, but also on the perks offered. “Working from home”, “sabbatical”, and “flexible hours” are terms now used much more often on vacancies, according to job site Indeed, which compared the secondary employment conditions in current vacancies […]

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