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The Brussels Labour Tribunal has ruled that Deliveroo couriers are not employees. The ‘gig' economy is radically changing the nature of employment relationships.
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The Directive reforming the European Blue Card system will introduce more flexible conditions to facilitate the recruitment of third-country nationals in member states.
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Many employers are thinking about how to build a new workplace for the future, combining both home and office working.
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From 20 November 2021, all workers (including employees, the self-employed and contractors) must return to remote working in Belgium unless the nature of their work makes it impossible.
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The Danish High Court has ruled it was not contrary to the Anti-Discrimination Act for a school to dismiss a physical education teacher who refused to attend work on a Saturday for religious reasons.
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Employers are keen to increase the diversity of their workforces, but this can involve asking employees or candidates to disclose their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender and other personal information.
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In a judgement of 14 June 2021, the Supreme Court ruled on a dispute over the sale of a car. The parties both claimed having agreed on a different price.
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If an employee of a Belgian organisation works from, or takes a business trip to, a country outside the EU, what data protection issues arise?
European Union
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On 9 December 2021, the European Commission launched a proposal for a set of measures, including a draft Directive, to improve the working conditions of platform workers.
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EU Member States have until 17 December 2021 to implement the EU Whistleblowing Directive.
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The CJEU has clearly set out the main criteria for qualifying on-call time as working time or rest periods, in its Radiotelevizija Slovenija and Stadt Offenbach am Main cases of earlier this year.
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EU members states have until 17 December 2021 to implement the EU Whistleblower Protection Directive.
Worldwide
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What economic and health measures introduced by governments in response to Covid-19 have been the most successful? Join this interview with Bettina Schaller...
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Exactly what happened in 2021? We talk a look at the employment law trends from across the world with our guest, Marco Sideri, partner at our Italian law firm.
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The deadline for implementing the EU Whistleblowing Directive expired on 17 December 2021.
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The world of work has seen seismic changes in 2021. Organisations hit by pandemic-driven economic forces have been forced to restructure, while Brexit, immigration...
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What will the world of work look like once we start moving beyond Covid? For many people, it will have changed forever. In this episode we talk to Sophie Maes, of our Belgian law firm...
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It used to be a ‘nice to have', but possibly not something employers felt they needed to expend a lot of effort achieving: we are talking here about building an ethical HR practice.
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With vast numbers of people now working from home on a more or less long term basis.
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Inability to disconnect during remote working is one side of the coin; isolation is the other. Both emerge from remote working and both have been rife during COVID-19.
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