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« Mystery calls » : l’inspection sociale mieux armée pour lutter contre la discrimination

« Mystery calls » : l’inspection sociale mieux armée pour lutter contre la discrimination
06/05/2022

Le législateur vient d’adopter une loi modifiant les pouvoirs de l’inspection sociale en matière de constatations relatives à la discrimination. Ces pouvoirs concernant les tests de situation anonymes, aussi appelés « mystery calls »

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Transfer of undertakings and pre-pack – CJEU’s nuanced approach

Transfer of undertakings and pre-pack – CJEU’s nuanced approach
05/05/2022

On 28 April 2022, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued a judgement regarding the application of the workers’ protection in the event of a transfer occurring in insolvency proceedings (the “Heiploeg judgement”).

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Internal staff reorganization – What you need to know before modifying your organizational chart

Internal staff reorganization – What you need to know before modifying your organizational chart
11/04/2022

While necessary to cope with the developments, trends or other events that irremediably impact the life of a business, modifications to the organizational chart and reshaping of positions regularly leads to (open) conflicts with some employees.

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Back to the (pre-pandemic) future ... but not for employers? Inbox

Back to the (pre-pandemic) future ... but not for employers? Inbox
08/04/2022

Even though telework is no longer mandatory or recommended and almost all Covid-19 prevention measures in shops, restaurants and public life in general have been removed, employers should still take certain prevention measures

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Arbeidsduur en overloon – iets met een bos en veel bomen?

Arbeidsduur en overloon – iets met een bos en veel bomen?
06/04/2022

Als het over de wetgeving rond arbeidsduur gaat, zien veel werkgevers door de bomen het bos vaak niet meer. Arbeidsduur is dan ook één van de meest complexe thema’s binnen het arbeidsrecht

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Mr. Alexander Vandenbergen
Mr. Jan Hofkens

Ramadan: un employeur doit-il adapter sa politique de rh?
04/04/2022

Cette année, le Ramadan tombe entre le 2 avril et le 1er mai et se termine traditionnellement par la Fête du Sucre, une période de réflexion et de jeûne entre le lever et le coucher du soleil pour les travailleurs musulmans. 

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ECJ judgment regarding Regulation (EC) no. 883/2004 and working in a third country

ECJ judgment regarding Regulation (EC) no. 883/2004 and working in a third country
01/04/2022

In a judgment late last year, the European Court of Justice (‘ECJ’) again confirmed that Regulation (EC) no. 883/2004 – which determines the applicable social security legislation for cross-border professional activities in the EEA and Switzerland

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Posting allowance or cost allowance: an often subtle difference with important consequences

Posting allowance or cost allowance: an often subtle difference with important consequences
22/03/2022

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Directors with a non-remunerated corporate mandate can now be exempted from the professional card obligation in the Flemish region

Directors with a non-remunerated corporate mandate can now be exempted from the professional card obligation in the Flemish region
15/03/2022

Non-EEA nationals practising self-employed activities in Belgium must apply for a professional card, unless they can benefit from a legal exemption. Since 1 January 2022 a new and simplified application procedure has come into force in the Flemish region

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Whistleblowing – A guide to Compliance  : Part 7 - The Scope of Whistleblower Protection

Whistleblowing – A guide to Compliance : Part 7 - The Scope of Whistleblower Protection
22/02/2022

Crowell & Moring LLP’s series of client alerts: Whistleblowing – A Guide to Compliance is intended to provide companies with a practical guide to help them comply with their obligations under the EU Whistleblower Directive

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