Employee Council Student and Educational Affairs (SEA)
The Employee Council holds regular meetings with Jeroen ’t Hart, Director of SEA, and Saskia van der Ham, Deputy Director of SEA, to discuss the state of affairs within SEA. The smooth running of the unit is our main priority. We represent the interests and welfare of staff members and promote, to the best of our ability, openness, transparency and consultation within SEA.
What can the Employee Council do?
An Employee Council can issue solicited and unsolicited advice to university management and, in turn, management is obliged respond. University management must also provide information about its policies immediately upon request. Sometimes an Employee Council also has the right to consent to new policies.
The types of issue discussed include: job satisfaction research, working conditions, protocols on absenteeism, budgets and quarterly reports, job classifications, the MT work plan, departmental problems and, of course (unfortunately), reorganisations.
Members of the Employee Council
The SEA employee council (firstname.lastname@example.org) has a maximum of five members:
|Mariëlle van Es (co-chairperson)||email@example.com||Scholarships|
Tanja de Bie
|Didi van Berge Henegouwenfirstname.lastname@example.org||USC|
|Conny Bokern (co-chairperson)||email@example.com||FO|
If you have any questions, of if there’s anything you think we should be aware of, contact one of our members or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a problem of an individual nature, for example a labour conflict, we unfortunately cannot assist. However we can refer you to the appropriate person or service.