This blog is written during a time that the lockdown of the COVID-19 pandemic is starting to be less restrictive, which means people are starting to go back to the office little by little. The return from 3 months at home with your family or alone to an environment which is ‘the new normal’ will be strange for all of us, but it does not have to cause you any anxiety. Read more →
As we know, COVID-19 is forcing us to stay at home as much as possible and for a lot of workers, this means continuing working from home. This can be challenging and not everyone likes it. However, a large number of people already choose to work remotely from time to time, 43% in the USA in 2019, and this number will increase even more in the next few years.
In this blog, we will give you our 3 best tips to make remote work pleasant for you! Read more →
This is a very unusual time that we are all living in currently. The pandemic of Covid-19 spread so rapidly that most of us were forced to stay home. This disease is drastically changing our society since the world’s economy is suspended. Most shops are closed, all businesses need to take actions to avoid the virus spreading within their offices and people work now remotely when they can.
Abroad Experience is also affected by it. Especially because being a recruitment consultant is a job requiring extensive contact with candidates or clients. In this blog, we are going to tell you how the virus is affecting the recruitment market and how we deal with it at Abroad Experience. Read more →
It is already very well known that sport is one of the factors of wellbeing at work. Indeed, our life is more and more sedentary since we don’t work in the countryside anymore. Most of our jobs are office jobs which means less sunlight during the day and less physical exercise. This can lead to many problems and diseases such as heart disease, obesity, diabetes, chronic fatigue and so on. In the article, we will see how sport can help you be more productive at your job and how to implement it in your company. Read more →
What does health care look like in the Netherlands, and what are the laws regarding health insurance? In this blog, we cover what the rules are, how to choose and apply for a health insurance and how to choose a general practitioner (huisarts).
Burnout is a phenomenon that has been rising for years due to the modern-day pressures at work. Burnout or at least unhappiness at work can lead to many problems such as absenteeism, high turnover, more medical claims and so on. By following these 10 tips, you can change the way you see your work environment and feel better in it. Read more →
In our society where excellent performance throughout the year is a requirement, it is interesting to see if seasons affect the way we work, interact with colleagues and perform. We will see how they change our behavior and give you some tips to feel your best at any time of the year. Read more →
Performing at your job is probably the most important factor when it comes to evaluating your work. Many managers use data as a reference for performance, but sometimes they forget that performance is directly linked to the well-being of their employees and their work environment.
We will explain to you in this blog why an individual’s well-being at work is so important, how it can increase productivity and how to improve it. Read more →
If you’re planning to move to the Netherlands, evaluating the amount of money you’ll spend daily is an important factor in your journey. It’s important to know that the Netherlands was the 15th most expensive country in the world in 2019 in terms of cost of living and the 9th most expensive country in Europe in terms of rent. Read more →
The Dutch education system is quite complicated and requires some preparation if you’re coming from another country. This blog will allow you to have an overview of the Dutch schooling system specificities as an expat moving to the Netherlands. As overwhelming as the system may seem, the Netherlands is ranked as the 2nd best education system in Europe and that welcomes 82 000 foreign students every year. Read more →