Set up all industry-related data for a company in one go with our standard collective labour agreement models.
Set up companies at lightning speed
With a collective labour agreement model you can link many industry-related settings to a company in one go. These Nmbrs system models are based on current collective labour agreement texts and are configured correctly by Nmbrs for companies in the relevant sector.
Choose from more than 100 collective labour agreement models
Nmbrs provides almost all known sectors with collective labor agreement models. These are accurately maintained by Nmbrs. The following components have already been linked and set up in system collective labor agreement models:
Or make your own labour agreement model
Do you work with your own collective labour agreement? It is of course also possible to create your own collective labour agreement model for this.
All our features in one overview
For a complete overview of our features, we have written down the functionality list for you. Here you will also find complete lists of our reports and the different industries we support.
Frequently asked questions about labour agreement models
The idea behind system collective labour agreement models is that they make it easier to set up a new company in Nmbrs. These Nmbrs system models are based on current collective labour agreement texts and are therefore correctly configured for a company in the relevant sector. The maintenance of these models is done by Nmbrs, so that this worry is taken care of.
A complete overview of all the different collective labor agreement models can be found in this article in our knowledge base.
Since the structure is based on the current collective labour agreement texts, in most cases it should not be necessary to deviate from this for a company in the relevant sector. This is therefore only possible to a limited extent when using a system collective labour agreement model.
For the maintenance of the system collective labour agreement models, we base ourselves on the collective labour agreement texts as published on the website of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment. In most cases, we will only make an adjustment to (parts of) a system collective labour agreement model when a new collective labour agreement is available.
You are of course free to create and set up your own collective labour agreement model instead of an Nmbrs system collective labour agreement model. However, maintenance of this model must be carried out yourself. The operation is in principle identical, with one exception: With your own collective labour agreement model, you must make changes to the reservations and leave in the settings at Master level. When using a system collective labour agreement model, you have the option to adjust these components directly at company level.