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Last updated on 10 July 2023
The HR department of the FGB faculty advises and supports the faculty's management and the Managing Director on personnel and organisational issues. In addition, the HR department is the central point of contact for managers and employees for all HR related matters (personel and/or organisation).

Policy documents

HR policy documents are available via: 'Policy documents FGB'. 

Contactdetails HR

Below the contactdetails of our HR Advisors per department. 

Marjolein Vloothuis


  • VU Lerarenacademie
  • Clinical, Neuro- & Developmental Psychology 

T: +31 (0)20 598 8837


Claudia Reitsma

  • Human Movement Sciences
  • Educational and Family Studies
  • Biological Psychology 

T: +31 (0)20 598 6644


Merel Harlaar

  • Departments: 
  • Faculty Desk
  • Informatica, Technics and Media
  • Education Desk  
  • Tutors Psychology
  • Experimental and Applied Psychology

T: +31 (0)6 4321 4922


HR Service Desk

T: +31 (20) 598 2882


General Questions

For general questions about personnel schemes and/or the use of the online Self Services, please contact the HR Service Desk (available from Monday to Friday). You can reach them by telephone on (020) 59 82882 or by e-mail at

Company doctor, company social worker and confidential advisor

Company doctor

To make an appointment with the company doctor, please contact the secretariat of Health, Safety & Environment (

Company social worker

You can make an appointment with the occupational health and safety worker on referral from the company doctor, manager or HR Advisor. To make an appointment with the occupational health and safety officer, please contact the Health and Safety Executive (

Confidential counsellors 

VU employees can contact the confidential counsellors if they encounter undesirable behaviour. Unacceptable behaviour includes but is not limited to: discrimination, (sexual) intimidation, stalking, bullying, aggression, violence. Overview of confidential counsellors.