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  • Employment agencies organize transport via GTV Bus

    All the job center has to do is provide them with the passenger lists.

    For years, GTV Bus, the Polish company based in Ozimek, has specialized in organizing transport to work for temporary workers. Those who visit Eindhoven Airport often see the buses with Polish license plates, waiting for passengers from Poland. The company is now trusted by more than 400 leading employment agencies in Poland, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium and transports an average of 3.000 people per week.

    migrant workers

    Dutch taxi companies should count on little or no transport for labor migrants. GTV Bus has managed this well and is now one of the largest transporters for personnel in Europe. From a small office and a small company, with a few employees, they have been transformed into a large and meaningful transport company that currently employs several hundred people. At first they traveled alone to Germany, now what? The whole of Europe is open to GTV Bus. Today they are one of the largest transport companies in Europe.

    The company takes care of everything related to transport or route planning, all the job center has to do is provide them with the passenger lists. They are flexible and can take care of any transport. Not only transport from A to B, but also transfers between work or residential locations and transport of employees to the airport or to the hospital. The planning department currently consists of 20 qualified dispatchers.

    all the job center has to do is provide them with the passenger lists

    The transport company GTV BUS has been operating in the Netherlands since 1995. Thanks to the deployment of a team of drivers, 90 buses and 25 coaches, GTV BUS guarantees daily door-to-door transport from Poland to the Netherlands and the transport of approximately 2.000 employees from their home address to their workplace in the tulip country.

    The market for personnel transport is large and too often underestimated by the Dutch taxi sector. They are still too often looking for tourists or target group transport with a subsidized character. More than 750.000 labor migrants work for Dutch companies, the majority of which are not temporary workers. The labor migrants who work as temporary workers mainly come from Central and Eastern Europe. They work in sectors for which few or no Dutch workers can be found.

    For the safety and comfort of passengers, GTV BUS regularly throughout the fleet. The buses are new, comfortable and clean. In the Netherlands, about 90 buses and 25 coaches are used for residential projects. Drivers cover more than 30.000 km every day, transporting approximately 2.000 employees from home to work. Travel costs are calculated for the departure and return of each scheduled passenger. The cost of a passenger is calculated separately for each location, depending on the length of the trip.

Trade union

  • FNV thinks it is positive that Deliveroo is leaving

    The FNV believes that there is no room in the Netherlands for companies that do not comply with the rules of labor legislation.

    The FNV thinks it is positive that Deliveroo is leaving the Netherlands. The company has drawn its own conclusions and says that its turnover is too small. The FNV thinks that the lawsuits that the union has filed and won against Deliveroo also play a major role in the decision to leave. Deliveroo could also have opted for good employership.

    The FNV believes that there are no space is in the Netherlands for companies that do not comply with the rules of labor law. The lawsuits that the union has filed not only against Deliveroo, but also against Temper, Uber and Helpling, make it clear time and again that the court also believes that platform workers are not self-employed, but employees. Because the government still does not enforce the DBA (is someone an employee or really self-employed person) law, platform employers do nothing to follow the court rulings.

    FNV continues legal battle

    Deliveroo has appealed the latest, unfavorable ruling for them. The Supreme Court's decision is expected in December. Just before that, Deliveroo will now leave the Netherlands. The FNV continues its proceedings against Deliveroo. The meal deliverers are entitled to supplementary payments.

    During the Email Deliveroo informs customers that it has made the difficult decision to start a consultation process on the proposal to stop operations in the Netherlands. According to the company, this was not an easy decision and they had to think very carefully about it. They are currently going through a consultation process about the proposal to leave the Dutch market.

    According to FNV, the meal deliverers are entitled to supplementary payments.