Four months after Schrems II, the European Data Protection Board has published six recommendations for data controllers on how to transfer data outside the EEA in compliance with the judgment.
As the benefits of increasing diversity across the workforce gain traction, some forward-thinking employers are starting to consider how to harness the talents of people who may be highly skilled or have a lot to offer, but find it hard to function well in traditional workplaces.
With vast numbers of employees currently working from home questions arise about the legal status of this work and whether employees are entitled to reimbursement of their costs.
Fakhoury Global Immigration
Effective January 1, 2021, increased minimum gross annual salary levels for foreign employees have been announced for the Belgian regions of Brussels and Flanders.
Gungor Law Firm
On July 14th, 2020 The Belgian Data Protection Authority fined Google Belgium 600,000 Euro for failing to respect a citizen's right to be forgotten...
Belgium's fight against money laundering rages on, as the Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) strengthens its focus on increased compliance. This means that businesses ...
Nick is joined by Nicolas Simon from Belgian firm Van Olmen and Wynant who discusses five things that you need to know about Belgian employment law.
This detailed report accurate at 31 August 2020, provides as state of play for employers in Belgium dealing with Covid-19 related employment issues, including temporary unemployment, allowances
The European Court of Justice case of CCOO v Deutsche Bank in the summer of 2019 made it clear that employers must have objective, reliable and accessible systems for recording and measuring the duration of time worked ...
Employers across Europe face differing levels of risks if they fail in their time-recording responsibilities following the ECJ judgment in CCOO v Deutsche Bank in the summer of 2019.
The European Commission has published a proposal for a directive on adequate minimum wages for workers across the EU.
This regular update (no. 23 | 29 September 2020) covers key regulatory EU developments related to the evolving COVID-19 situation (Antitrust & State Aid; Trade/Export Controls; Medicines, Medical Devices ...
On 4 April 2019, the Belgian Parliament approved a bill setting out a national capacity mechanism aimed at safeguarding the security of electricity supply in Belgium.
Luxembourg and Belgium have agreed to extend their coronavirus-related agreement on frontier workers until the end of 2020.
In this webinar, the speakers discuss the implications of subject access requests (SARs) for employers.
From 15 June 2020, all travel within the EU's internal borders, the Schengen states or the United Kingdom is possible again.
A 'heatmap' analysis of temperature testing, COVID
testing and the data privacy issues they raise
Most people are ready to get back to work and ensure their businesses are back on the road, but the danger to health is still out there.
The rules change frequently and so the Guide is regularly updated, with the date we last changed the text marked prominently at the head of each country section.
For legal teams at both local businesses and multinational corporations across several jurisdictions, keeping up with minimum wage requirements can be tricky.