The self-employment program is an effective and efficient approach to integrate welfare recipients into the labour market.
One-year reassessment and premium differentiation in the new Sickness Benefits Act result in increased outflow from the Sickness Benefits Act.
This report includes the compliance and in-depth study of the Code of the Dutch Pension Funds, conducted on behalf of the Monitoring Committee for the Code of the Dutch Pension Funds.
Given the expected developments in health status, the employment rate of people aged 55 and over can and will increase further until the year 2030.
At present 19 Dutch pension schemes are administered abroad, mainly in Belgium. The question is whether this number is still growing and for what reasons pension schemes are accommodated abroad.
In order to determine the provisional budgets for municipalities for 2017, the data used in the distribution model of the Participation Act should be updated.
What will the future role of sheltered employment organization Pantar be? This report describes the costs and benefits of the services provided by sheltered employment organization Pantar.
First measurement in connection with the Wet banenafspraak en quotum arbeidsbeperkten (Employment agreement and Quota for work-incapacitated persons Act)
This study looks at how the actual development of the numbers and the expenditure by municipalities for the existing Wsw population relates to the assumptions that are made in the Participation Act.
The government distributes the money for social assistance benefits amongst municipalities. In this study, the distribution model is further developed based on register data regarding all Dutch citizens.