Employment conditions

Improven annually tests all terms of employment against a comparative independent market survey. Below is a brief overview of the fringe benefits.

Permanent employment contract

In principle, your employment contract is for an indefinite period. For certain positions, it is possible to work part-time.

Performance reward

For everyone, we have an annual bonus, which partly depends on your performance and the company's results.

Car or mobility allowance

Improven will provide you with a car with fuel card. You can also choose to drive your own car and receive a monthly mobility allowance. In that case, you will also receive a variable allowance of € 0.23 per business kilometre.

28 holidays

You are entitled to 28 holidays per year. At Improven, you can also add or sell holidays.

Expense allowance

Each month, you will receive an expense allowance of 55 euros net per month.

Personal and professional development

Improven considers it important that you can continue to develop professionally and personally. We have a good study scheme that allows you to follow internal and external education and training courses. You will receive a training budget of EUR 2,500 per year.

Non-contributory pension

Improven has a pension scheme. Your premium is paid in full each month by Improven. There is also the possibility to supplement this pension with your own contribution. You can decide how your premiums are invested.

Cheaper (because collective) insurance

If you work at Improven, you can, possibly with your family members, benefit from several collective insurances such as accident, car, travel and health insurance at a reduced rate.

Phone & Subscription

You will receive a mobile including a subscription from Improven.


You will receive a nice laptop with accessories from Improven.

Improven's general terms and conditions of employment may change, therefore the above conditions are an indication, from which no rights can be derived.

Do you want to be part of a close-knit and professional team?