Negotiating employment conditions
Thursday, 12 March 2020 (7-10 pm)
Graduating? Just graduated and looking for a job? Or not totally happy with your current job? Are you considering taking the plunge and becoming self-employed? Then you don't want to miss this training session!
The expression 'knowledge is power’ certainly applies to the job search process. You will only achieve the best results if you know how this process works and how you can influence it. During the Negotiations training, you will learn the following:
- What is the difference between an employment contract (employee) and an engagement agreement (ZZP or independent contractor)
- What are employment conditions and which ones do you have? How do you negotiate the right hourly rate?
- How do you determine the value of a position, either as a staff member or as an independent contractor?
- How do you determine and obtain your personal market value?
- How do you behave during a negotiation meeting? We will discuss meeting strategies.
- Tips and tricks for the negotiation process.
After this training you will have the necessary knowledge and self-confidence to go into a negotiation.
The training session will be held in English.
Alumni and graduating students of The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
You are welcome from 6.30 pm for a cup of tea or coffee. We will start the training session at 7 pm and the main programme will end at 9.30 pm. After the session we will walk over to Café Xieje for a drink (until 10.00 pm).
The training session will be held on the main campus of The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
We request that participants pay a small contribution for the training session: € 10,00 for graduating students. You will receive:
- drinks at the networking get-together after the training
If you register for all 3 training sessions, (20 February, 5 March and 12 March) the overall price is € 25,00.
You can register and pay via the online form.
The deadline to register for this training session is Wednesday, 11 March 2020.
Please note: Your participation fee will not be refunded if you are unable to attend. We require a minimum of 20 registrations to hold the training session. The participation fee will be refunded if the training session is cancelled due to a lack of registrations.
About the trainer
Tessa Lust is a labour law lecturer at The Hague University of Applied Sciences and a labour law attorney at Miss Legal. She is a graduate of The Hague University of Applied Sciences (HBO-Rechten 2010). In 2020 she completed her master's degree in Labour Law at the University of Amsterdam.