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Becoming a member of the FNV

Why is becoming a member of the FNV worth your while?

As a member of the FNV, you and your colleagues can influence the terms and conditions of employment. The bigger the union in the workplace, the stronger the position of workers, regardless of nationality!

Membership benefits

Why is becoming a member of the FNV worth your while? A list of benefits:

  • free legal advice and guidance on professional development
  • together we are stronger by fighting for jobs with good working conditions
  • assistance with filling out your tax returns
  • legal assistance in a conflict at work
  • up to €70 tax benefit for one year after tax deduction
  • the opportunity to influence the employment agency you work for
  • contribution for the first four months only €25*

* The total premium of €25 for the first four months is deducted once for the second month of membership.

General terms and conditions individual legal aid

Membership fees

The premium for the trial period is a one-off payment of €25 for the first four months, and a maximum of €17,75 per month after that. Young people up to the age of 23 pay €2,08 per month. The trial period contribution does not apply if you transfer from another trade union to the FNV while retaining all your membership rights.

Contributions

  • gross monthly income equal to or greater than €1.756,20*/€17,75 (monthly/direct debit)
  • gross monthly income between €878,10 and €1.756,20*/€13,32 (monthly/direct debit)
  • gross monthly income less than €878,10*/€8,88 (monthly/direct debit)
  • unemployed/€8,88 (monthly/direct debit)
  • pensioners/€8,88 (monthly/direct debit)
  • youngsters up to and including 23 years year/€2,08 (monthly/direct debit)
  • pupils and students / full-time education**/€ 2.08 (monthly/direct debit)
  • new members: €25 for the first four months

The amounts stated apply to automatically deducted premiums. A surcharge of €1 per month applies for the non-automatic payment method.

* The premium amount is based on the highest gross minimum wage. **Are you a full-time student? Then you will pay a contribution of €2,08 per month when you show your school card.

Does not apply to BBL (vocational) schools.

Cancellation of membership

You can cancel your membership in writing at the end of the calendar month (see below). The notice period is 3 months. Please note that any exclusive member discounts or discount on tailor-made legal assistance will also be cancelled.

  • Online cancellation via My FNV.
  • Cancellation by telephone by calling the Contact Center on 088 - 368 0 368 (on working days from 12:30 - 17:30).
  • Cancellation in writing by means of a cancellation letter. Send it to: 

FNV 
Attn. Membership Administration Department
PO Box 9208
3506 GE UTRECHT

Note: Please state your name, address, membership number and reason for cancellation. With your information we can continue to work on improving our services.

Emigrating

Are you cancelling your membership because you are emigrating? Send us proof of deregistration from the municipality. The membership will be cancelled at the end of the month, from the moment of receipt of the proof of deregistration, with due observance of the notice period.

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Become a member and benefit

  • Together we are stronger by fighting for jobs with good working conditions
  • Free legal advice and guidance on professional development
  • Assistance with filling out your tax returns
  • The opportunity to influence the employment agency you work for
  • Legal assistance in a conflict at work