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Important Changes In Belgian Employment Law - Employee Dismissals Must Be Justified As From 1 April 2014
On 1 January 2014, new termination rules intended to harmonise the notice periods applicable to blue-collar and white-collar employees entered into effect.
Belgium
17 Mar 2014
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The Company Manager And Affiliation To A Social Insurance Fund For Self-Employed Persons
Belgian employment law has no specific rules applicable to company managers. As the Brussels Labour Court stated in a judgment issued on 19 April 2007, "Belgian employment law is characterised by a binary distinction between employees and self-employed persons".
Belgium
3 Jan 2014
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Certain Termination Indemnities Subject To Belgian Social Security Contributions
A new royal decree was published today in the Belgian State Gazette1, providing that several termination indemnities will be subject to social security contributions as from 1 October 2013.
Belgium
1 Oct 2013
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Brussels To The Point - June 2013
After a long, gloomy winter, spring has finally arrived in Brussels, along with the latest issue of Brussels to the Point.
European Union
 
26 Jun 2013
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Salary Freeze In 2013 And 2014: Wage Increases Illegal
A new royal decree providing for a salary freeze in 2013 and 2014 was recently published in the "Belgian State Gazette".
Belgium
10 May 2013
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Brussels Labour Court Of Appeal Disallows Use Of E-Mails Obtained In Violation Of The Privacy Rules
On 7 February 2013, the Brussels Labour Court of Appeal rendered a judgment on the admissibility into evidence of e-mails obtained in violation of the privacy rules.
Netherlands
26 Mar 2013
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Luxembourg Financial Regulator (CSSF) Issues New Circular On The Management And Outsourcing Of IT Services By Credit Institutions And Investment Firms
On 11 December 2012, the Luxembourg financial regulator, the "Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier" (CSSF), issued a new circular (CSSF 12/552) on central administration, internal governance and risk management by credit institutions and investment firms.
Netherlands
23 Jan 2013
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New Developments In Belgian Employment Law
On 6 April 2012, the Omnibus Act of 29 March 2012, which introduces a number of important changes to employment law, was published in the Belgian State Gazette.
Belgium
19 Apr 2012
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New Notice Periods As From 2012: Is This The End Of The Claeys Formula?
When hiring new employees, it is important to keep in mind the new notice periods applicable to employees that effectively start to work after 1 January 2012.
Netherlands
23 Dec 2011
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Salary Freeze In 2011 And 2012: Wage Increases Now Illegal
The socialist and liberal unions recently rejected the 2011-2012 draft interprofessional agreement (IPA), a cross-industry framework agreement concluded every two years that covers a number of important employment-related issues, such as the applicable percentage by which wages can be increased.
Netherlands
5 May 2011
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