ARBEIDRECHT & SOCIALEZEKERHEIDSRECHT


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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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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Summer is here - principles of student work

Summer is here - principles of student work
01/07/2020

The summer holidays are fast approaching and employers might be thinking of hiring one or more students to compensate for employees going on holiday. 

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Bedrag van de kilometervergoeding is verlaagd

Bedrag van de kilometervergoeding is verlaagd
30/06/2020

Vanaf morgen, 1 juli 2020, bedraagt het maximumbedrag van de forfaitaire kilometervergoeding 0,3542 EUR per kilometer. Het gaat om een verlaging van het bedrag dat tot en met 30 juni 2020 0,3653 EUR bedraagt.

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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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Cross-border workers & COVID-19

Cross-border workers & COVID-19
29/06/2020

Belgian tax authorities have negotiated agreements with border countries on the tax impact of international travel restrictions and health instructions (work at home) on cross-border workers and their employers

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New measure for critical sectors: voluntary overtime hours exempted from social security contributions

New measure for critical sectors: voluntary overtime hours exempted from social security contributions
26/06/2020

On 24 June 2020, the royal decree of 5 June 2020 was published which deals with a new measure in the context of the COVID-19 outbreak. In particular, the royal decree exempts the net amounts received for the voluntary overtime hours performed in critical sectors

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Mr. Pierre Van Achter

Suspension of the notice periods during Corona temporary unemployment
24/06/2020

The law of 15 June 2020 that aimed at suspending the notice periods during the days of temporary unemployment due to force majeure as a result of the COVID-19 crisis came into force today

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Meer afwezigheidsperiodes gelijkgesteld voor de verlenging van de nabevallingsrust

Meer afwezigheidsperiodes gelijkgesteld voor de verlenging van de nabevallingsrust
23/06/2020

Deze week werd een wet gepubliceerd die bijkomend een aantal afwezigheidsperiodes gelijkstelt met arbeidsperiodes. De gelijkstellingen gelden ook voor wat betreft het recht op de moederschapsuitkering ten laste van het ziekfonds. De nieuwe wet heeft uitwerking met ingang van 1 maart 2020.

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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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