Social Security Law


Droit passerelle en cas de mise en quarantaine ou de fermeture des classes, Ă©coles et garderies

Droit passerelle en cas de mise en quarantaine ou de fermeture des classes, Ă©coles et garderies
21/10/2020

Dès septembre, les indépendants peuvent dans certains cas recourir au droit passerelle classique.

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Mr. Wouter Neven

La Cour constitutionnelle tranche: majoration de 35% lors d’une retenue incorrecte et versement des dettes sociales aux sous-traitants a un caractère pénal et peut être modéré
23/09/2020

Conformément à l’article 30bis, §7 de loi du 27 juin 1969 révisant l’arrêté-loi du 28 décembre 1944 concernant la sécurité sociale des travailleurs salariés (loi ONSS) les donneurs d’ordre et les entrepreneurs doivent contrôler lors de la conclusion d’un contrat si le sous-traitant avec qui ils souhaitent travailler a des dettes sociales.

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BREXIT: A1's with UK - status update

BREXIT: A1's with UK - status update
25/08/2020

With everything COVID-19 related going on it has been easy to take the eye off the ball on Brexit. The end of the transition period is fast approaching and whilst we all hope a "deal" will be reached we cannot be sure.

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Need to Hire a High Profile Non-European Worker for your Business in Belgium/Europe?

Need to Hire a High Profile Non-European Worker for your Business in Belgium/Europe?
10/08/2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is still causing uncertainty with respect to business travel, employee posting, and work permit and visa application processes worldwide. What are the options for global employers who wish to hire high-profile employees in Belgium and have them start work as soon as possible?

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Mise en quarantaine après un voyage en zone rouge : pas d’allocation de chômage

Mise en quarantaine après un voyage en zone rouge : pas d’allocation de chômage
05/08/2020

Mercredi dernier, l’ONEM a mis à jour ses directives concernant le bénéfice des allocations de chômage temporaire liées au coronavirus[1].

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Share related benefits granted by a foreign parent company new Esko ruling strengthens the NSSO's position that social security contributions are due

Share related benefits granted by a foreign parent company new Esko ruling strengthens the NSSO's position that social security contributions are due
02/07/2020

Since the third quarter of 2018, the National Social Security Office (NSSO) has substantially broadened its interpretation of what is to be understood as ‘salary’ subject to social security contributions. 

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Maximum amount of compensation for employees' professional mileage has decreased

Maximum amount of compensation for employees' professional mileage has decreased
30/06/2020

As from tomorrow, 1 July 2020, the maximum amount of the fixed mileage compensation will be set at EUR 0.3542 per kilometer. This is a decrease of the amount, which is EUR 0.3653 until 30 June 2020.

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COVID-19 and cross-border employment: agreements with Germany and France extended

COVID-19 and cross-border employment: agreements with Germany and France extended
29/06/2020

The agreements concluded between Belgium and the Netherlands/Luxembourg, which implement a mutual “force majeure tolerance” for cross-border workers in relation to COVID-19 (travel) restrictions, were already extended until 31 august 2020. We anticipated that a similar extension would become applicable for the agreements between Belgium and Germany/France). This has now been confirmed.

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New Corona measures support Belgian employers well into the Autumn

New Corona measures support Belgian employers well into the Autumn
22/06/2020

The Belgian government is acutely aware that businesses will feel the impact of the Covid-19 crisis well beyond the summer months. To that end, a new set of measures was decided during the Inner Cabinet meeting of 12 June. Information on these measures is still scarce, but we thought we’d share the highlights with you now (and of course will update you when we can).

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Pension légale: dérogation temporaire aux règles « anti-cumul » dans le cadre de la pandémie COVID-19

Pension légale: dérogation temporaire aux règles « anti-cumul » dans le cadre de la pandémie COVID-19
08/06/2020

En application des règles « anti-cumul » classiques, le cumul de revenus (professionnels et/ou de remplacement) avec la pension légale peut entraîner la suspension ou la réduction de celle-ci. Or, certains pensionnés ont repris ou étendu leur activité professionnelle dans le cadre de la lutte contre le COVID-19, et de nombreuses personnes bénéficient d’un revenu de remplacement ou d’une indemnité spécifique octroyée en raison du COVID-19.

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