22 April 2021

The interim Works Council election of Radboudumc has counted the votes and is pleased to announce the results. They introduce Taco Kooij, theme Infectious diseases and global health, as the new member of the Works Council together with Annouk van Sluisveld.

The Election Committee is pleased with the turnout rate:


Amount of voters

Total of eligible voters






About the Works Council

They are researchers and also Radboudumc employees. Although the research institutes can protect their interests, as employees they can also represent themselves in the Works Council (in Dutch: Ondernemingsraad). The Works Council is a powerful council because it advices the Board of Directors and can even stop a decision from the Board of Directors. The Works Council is there to protect the interests of all Radboudumc employees, including researchers, postdocs and PhD-candidates.


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