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The UT offers staff members a broad and attractive package of employment conditions. Staff members can adapt portions of this package to their personal preferences through the optional model for employment conditions.
Some employment conditions have been legally regulated, others have been determined in the Collective Labour Agreement of Dutch Universities. In addition to the law and the collective labour agreement, the UT also has several regulations and codes of conduct in which the rights and duties of staff members have been established and elaborated.
Subjects that fall under the heading of 'employment conditions' have been divided into sections on this website. You can also use the A-Z Index HR to search for subjects alphabetically.
Starting on January 2020, the UT’s legal position will change from the Central and Local Government Personnel Act to labour law in response to the Act on the Normalisation of the Legal Status of Civil Servants (Wet normalisering rechtspositie ambtenaren or Wnra). We have compiled more information concerning what this means for you as a University of Twente employee in an overview of frequently asked questions. If you are unable to find the answer to your question in the FAQs, submit your question to email@example.com.
Over the past months, a well-being study has been carried out amongst UT employees. The response rate is 47%. The results show that in general, UT employees are reasonably satisfied (7.2 on a scale of 1 to 10). If you have questions or remarks concerning the results of this study, please send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org