Temporary measures for flex work
The temporary measures taken in order to combat the spread of the coronavirus unfortunately means a significant loss of income. Koninklijke Horeca Nederland (KHN) and L1NDA are committed to compensation. Stay informed of developments on this subject. Keep a close eye on our website and that of KHN.
Sign the petition
Sign the petition and support KHN’s claim for compensating flex workers.
No Connect shifts for a while
The shifts that are still on Connect will be canceled. Because of the preventive measures, there is little to no work being done in hospitality. For now, the government measures temporarily do not apply (yet) to the catering or delivery industry. We hope that these measures will soon bring the crisis under control. Keep in mind that when the doors open again, there will be plenty of work available. We’ll keep you posted!
Take care of yourself and take all advice seriously
• Make sure your resistance is and remains at the required level
• Wash your hands more regularly and for 20 seconds
• Cough and sneeze into the inside of your elbow
• Use tissue paper
• Wash your clothes more often
•Do not shake hands
• Keep sufficient distance to others
Self-employed or traditional employment
In the Netherlands, this is a tricky one to answer considering both have important benefits and consequences.
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