A company’s employees are often its main asset. For many people, their pay is their main source of income. So Labour and Social Security Law are important to nearly everyone. In Belgium, labour relations are very strictly regulated. Irregularities, even due to ignorance, can have grave consequences.
Labour Law is the branch of law which governs the relationship between employer and employee. An employee is someone who by contract commits him/herself, i.e. by means of an employment agreement, to work under the authority of the employer in exchange for a salary. Labour Law is divided into Individual and Collective Labour Law, and forms an integral part of Social Law.
Our experts provide assistance and advice on all possible matters and/or procedures of Labour Law, such as:
We also provide assistance and advice regarding all kinds of matters and/or proceedings of Social Law, such as, amongst others,
We also provide assistance and advice for companies, employers and the self-employed in the context of (labour-law or social-law) inspections by the social inspection services, and provide assistance in proceedings and investigations relating to the implementation and enforcement of the Social Criminal Code, amongst others: