Sick leave percentage (private sector)Other
The number of days of sick leave as a percentage of the number of available working days. Not included is absence after one year of sickness.
Sick leave (government)Other
Shifting year average of the percentage of sick leave in the public sector. It refers to sick leave including leave of more than one year and excluding pregnancy and maternity leave. It indicates long...
Sick leave percentageOther
The number of calendar days (including weekends) of sick leave in the observation period, divided by the labour volume (in fulltime equivalents) multiplied by the number of calendar days in the observation...
Sick leave (government)Other
Sick leave refers to sick leave including leave of more than one year and excluding pregnancy and maternity leave for public sector employees: central government, provinces, municipalities, water boards,...
Sickness absence rateOther
The ratio between the number of cases of sick leave and the number of employees.
Reporting frequency of the sickness absence rate in governmentOther
The ratio between the number of cases of sick leave started in the observation period and the number of employees. The duration of the observation period influences the reporting frequency which prevents...
Contractual social premiumsOther
The employer’s contribution paid in the framework of insuring pensions for employees and the premiums for additional disablement and unemployment insurance, sick leave benefits and social funds (excluding...
Type of insurance for sickness absenceOther
Statistics Netherlands distinguishes the following types of insurance for employers: - carrying the full risk; - partly insured (payment of sickness benefits beyond a preset period is insured); - fully...
Law on the extended obligation to pay sickness benefits (WULBZ)Other
This law prescribes that employers must pay the employees wage during sickness for a maximum of one year.
Sickness Benefits Act (ZW)Other
The law insures employees against the expense from sickness and labour disability. The law applies when there is no legal obligation to continue paying wages.
Shifting annual average of the reporting frequency of the sickness absence rate in government.Other
Shifting annual average of the reporting frequency of the sickness absence rate in government as an indicator for long-term developments.
Government; Balance and Maastricht debt, sectorsFigures
Balance and Maastricht debt in million euros and as percentage of GDP subdivided to subsectors of general government.
Paid days leave agreed on a yearly basis, including extra days paid leave granted on the basis of age, position, seniority etc.
Additional days paid leaveOther
The agreed yearly number of days paid leave as result of an agreement on shorter working hours.
Social insurance benefitsOther
Benefits paid by social insurance institutions for unemployment, disability, sickness, old age etc.
Own risk bearerOther
An employer who bears the risk of sickness benefits insurance, with approval of the industrial insurance board.
Social benefits in cashOther
Benefits paid by social insurance institutions, financed by premiums (unemployment, disability, sickness, old age).
Annual working hoursOther
The number of working hours per year agreed with the employee minus the hours not worked due to leave, holidays, reduced working hours, and age-related leave for older employees.
21 thousand inhabitants of Ukrainian originArticles
On 1 January 2022, the Netherlands had 21 thousand inhabitants of Ukrainian origin and over 35 thousand of Russian origin. In total, 119 thousand residents originated from a post-Soviet state.
Duration of sickness absenceOther
The number of days counted from the first calendar day of absence to the last, including weekends.
Employment; sex,type of employment contract,job characteristics,cao-sectorFigures
Jobs, working hours and wag broken down by sex, type of employment co- tract, cao-sector and job characteristics.