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All employees who work at the Schiphol-Rijk campus must register themselves and reserve space in advance via Mapiq Office Shifts.

Please find below a list of the most commonly asked questions from employees in the Netherlands relating to coronavirus (COVID-19).  We will continue to update this information as the situation unfolds. The answers and advice below are subject to review and may change at any time. If there is a question you still need answering, get in touch at peopleservices@libertyglobal.com.

 

**Please note that given the new National Lockdown has been extended until February 9, everyone who can work from home effectively is advised to do so. You can read more in the latest Message from Manuel and Mark. Please visit the government website for the latest guidance, including curfew rules, travel restrictions, etc.


What is the guidance for visitors to a Liberty Global site?

We are currently operating a no visitor policy.

Any visitors who are business critical must be approved by the relevant ELT member and must complete a Coronavirus Visitor Declaration Form before attending any face-to-face meetings at our offices – they will not be allowed in until the form is completed and signed.


What is the guidance regarding travel for contractors and suppliers visiting a Liberty Global site?

All contractors and suppliers are required to follow all Liberty Global travel restrictions. Domestic travel between our offices is not recommended unless business critical.

International business related travel is currently restricted unless you have explicit approval from the relevant Liberty Global ELT member or their designated authority.


Can contractors that work here during the week then return home to a foreign country continue to work on site?

The same guidance applies whether you are a contractor or employee. All international business travel (including international travel to your place of work) is currently restricted. Any business critical essential international travel must be approved by the relevant Liberty Global ELT member.

However, if you live and commute to work in any of the Schengen zone countries in continental Europe, you are allowed to travel between those countries for work, as long as local government guidelines allow it and you have received approval from the relevant Liberty Global MD.


I am currently working from another country than the country of my employment. How does this affect my tax position?

If you are in this situation, please email People Services so that we can discuss your specific case. Be sure to include the country that you are currently working from and the date you traveled there.


I am currently working from another country than the country of my employment. How does this affect my social security position?

If you are in this situation, please email People Services so that we can discuss your specific case. Be sure to include the country that you are currently working from and the date you traveled there.


I am currently working from another country than the country of my employment. How does this affect my immigration?

Please consult the advice on the Netherlands government immigration website.


I would like to travel and work from another country to support my family there. Is that possible?

If you would like to request this, please email People Services so we can advise you on this. Please include which location you would travel to and how long you were thinking of staying there.