S. (Stéfanie) van Creij
attorney-at-law | mediator
Stéfanie’s practice includes every aspect of employment law. She advises and litigates in individual dismissal cases and reorganisations, integrity issues, cross-border behaviour in the workplace, (amendment of) terms of employment, sick employees, file construction, malfunctioning, labour conflicts, competition and relationship clauses and co-determination.
As a lawyer, Stéfanie represents the interests of companies (including in the care sector, retail and business services), (statutory) directors and employees. She frequently acts as a strategic discussion partner for management and HR and likes to immerse herself in the world of her clients in order to strive for the best possible (practical and sustainable) solution.
Besides employment lawyer, Stéfanie is also an MfN registered mediator. As a mediator, she assists in labor disputes, conflicts in the field of employee participation and other business disputes (such as conflicts within a board, partnership, team or shareholders).
Stéfanie also fulfils the role of External Confidential Advisor for organizations. In that context, she assists complainants/reporters, provides information to the organization and provides the board/management with (un)solicited advice. In addition, as External Counselor, Stephanie takes care of a report for the annual report. You can expect from Stéfanie as confidential advisor a people-oriented and goal-oriented approach, with knowledge of the labour law frameworks.
Clients appreciate Stéfanie for her commitment, friendly character and decisiveness. With her positive and pragmatic attitude, she knows how to relieve clients quickly.
Admitted to the Bar in the Netherlands
8 August 2012
Joined Banning on
1 October 2019
Master of Laws – Tilburg University
Register mediator MfN
Association for Dutch Employment Lawyers
Registered legal practice areas
Stéfanie has registered the following principal legal practice area in the Netherlands Bar's register of legal practice areas: Employment Law. Based on this registration she is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.
Together for the best result!