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We’ll be needing an ever increasing number of workers from outside of the Netherlands during the forthcoming years due to our aging population. There’s a great deal of work to be done. It’s a simple fact that there are many more jobs than available Dutch people to do them. But, fortunately for us, there are hard-working people from Eastern Europe who are happy to do this work for us. They ensure supermarkets are restocked at night, our packages from Bol and Zalando are delivered super fast and they get up before dawn to collect fruit and vegetables from the land.

OTTO Work Force has been specialised in deploying qualified personnel in crucial sectors for 22 years

690 professionals at our head office and customer locations are responsible for the best possible service and care for our 18.000 international employees at Dutch customer sites.

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OTTO Work Force has developed into the market leader in international employment services since its foundation back in 2000. A total of 27.000 international OTTO Work Force employees work in the retail, logistics, production and food industries every single day.


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It has to be about better first!

In his column for Flexmarkt, Frank van Gool calls on politicians to finally make choices. In any case, rogue employment agencies should be dealt with much harder. But in addition, choices must be made regarding labor migration. Van Gool calls for this to be done with urgency.

Like a rabbit in the headlights!

Society is generally critical of migration, while migration is inevitable and a certain degree of labor migration is necessary for the Dutch labor market. This negative sentiment is reinforced by the problems that exist in the field of labor migration. Rightly so that this was a major theme during the elections, rightly so that this is an important file during the formation. But it's not good that we, as

Sticking your neck out

Frank van Gool made the news this week for being the only entrepreneur to ask a question during the SBS6 election debate. In the column for Flexmarkt, he explains why he did so.