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Searching Professional Inboxes And Discovering Serious Cause For Dismissal: Employers Beware!
In the case at hand, the employer accessed the professional mailbox of an employee while she was on leave presumably in order to handle a customer request.
Belgium
18 Dec 2017
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Termination For ‘Just Cause': Unfounded On The Basis Of Unlawfully Obtained Evidence
The Brussels' Labour Court recently ruled that the evidence that an employer had gathered after exploring its employee's email inbox was unlawful. The employer's subsequent termination for ‘just cause'...
Belgium
27 Apr 2017
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Constitutional Court Annuls Article 70 § 4 And Part Of Article 97 Of Law Governing Unified Status Of Blue Collar And White Collar Workers With Regard To Notice Periods, First Day Of Unpaid Sick Leave And Accompanying Measures
Article 97 of the Law stipulates that blue collar workers who fall under the scope of Article 70 of the Law are excluded from the termination compensation, which is paid by the federal employment agency.
Belgium
20 Oct 2015
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Starting Date Of Protection Period Against Dismissal In Case Of Complaint For Violence, Harassment Or Sexual Harassment On Work Floor
If an employee lodges a complaint for violence, harassment or sexual harassment on the work floor, (s)he is protected against dismissal during a specific period.
Belgium
12 Mar 2015
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ECJ Ruling On Application Of Article 101(1) Of TFEU To Collective Labour Agreements For Self-Employed Service Providers
Independent service providers in the Netherlands have the right to join a trade union or employers' or professional association.
European Union
8 Jan 2015
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Belgian Supreme Court Rules On Social Security Contributions Due On Compensation For Employees’ Neighbouring Rights
In the case at hand, a performing artist in a musical received a monthly compensation of EUR 400 in exchange for the assignment of his neighbouring rights.
Belgium
17 Nov 2014
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Abuse Of Company Goods Put At Disposal Of Employees
Most companies offer a remuneration package to their employees which not only contains the fixed monthly salary, but also benefits in kind.
Belgium
14 Aug 2014
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Economic Dependency Characterises Employment Relationships In Belgium?
A discussion on the Government's effort to combat fake self-employed arrangements and so-called 'social fraud', and to increase revenues for the social security system.
Belgium
20 Feb 2013
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The Social Criminal Code Became Effective On 1 July 2011
The law introducing the Social Criminal Code became effective on 1 July 2011.
Belgium
7 May 2012
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Questions For The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Employment & Labour Law 2011
The Belgian federal parliament governs employment law. Employer/employee relations are mainly governed by labour law, collective bargaining agreements (CBAs) (please see question 1.4), work regulations (company level) and individual employment contracts.
Belgium
16 Sep 2011
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Multi-Employer Policy Raises Questions About Scope of Employers’ Liability
The Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission reaffirmed and extended its approval of the Multi-Employer Citation Policy in Secretary of Labor v. Summit Contractors, Inc., which allows the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to cite construction employers for exposing another employer’s workers to a hazard.
Belgium
19 Dec 2010
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