Ancillary Agreement Vertaling

The definition of secondary activities used by the University of Twente is any paid and unpaid work you perform that is not part of your work at the university. For example, an employment contract with another employer, board members or an advisory function for an external organization, start-up or contractor activities or other independent professionals. – The contracting parties sign this settlement agreement, as mentioned in Article 7:900 and in the Dutch Civil Code, in order to avoid any uncertainty or dispute after consultation and careful consideration. Mr. De Groot received support from De Graauw Legal; 1. The parties refrain from making statements to third parties about the content of this agreement and the circumstances that led to the agreement, with the exception of information that must be provided on the basis of the law. Mr. de Groot is authorized to provide a copy of this agreement to the UWV (the Dutch Social Security Authority) if he applies for social security. You will probably receive permission to perform secondary activities that do not adversely affect your performance at the University of Twente and do not harm the interests of the university. This authorization can be requested for a maximum of four years. If you wish to continue these secondary activities after this period, you must apply again for permission. You can only apply for permanent permission for secondary activities if your main activity is elsewhere.

Meer vertalingen in het Duits-Nederlands woordenboek. Given our high value for integrity and transparency, even if you do not perform secondary activities, we ask you to confirm the status of your registration for secondary activities each year. Once you receive a call, you can confirm it via the “Statement of Secondary Activities” screen in the web application for related activities. If you intend to start a spin-off business and/or participate in an existing spin-off business, you should always report it via the “Ancillary Activities” web application. To assess how spin-off activities relate to your position at the University of Twente, clear agreements must be reached for spin-off activities. These agreements vary depending on the development phase of the spin-off company. For this reason, you should always read the explanations before reporting your activities for a spin-off company. If you have questions about communicating secondary activities or would like to know what a secondary activity is, please check to see if your question is included in the FAQ. During your annual evaluation, you and your supervisor will discuss whether the agreements reached regarding secondary activities are always up-to-date and sufficient or whether they need to be adapted.