The Administrative Commission for the Regulation of Work Relationships (CRT), which is part of the Social Security system, has ruled that the work relationship between Deliveroo and their deliverers cannot be classified as freelance work.

Wage gap continues to widen

Friday, 23 March 2018 19:26
The gap between the highest and lowest salaries has continued to increase in Belgium and is now at its highest level since 2012, according to a study by the Acerta human resources company, released on Friday.
McDonald's wants to create some 2,000 jobs in Belgium by 2023, 70% of which will be on full-time basis.
Belgium’s Federal Planning Office forecasts the creation of 240,000 jobs by 2023 in its 2018-2023 Economic Prospects Report, according to Le Soir .
Schoenen Torfs (a shoestore chain) and software company EASI have been named “Best Workplace” in Belgium.
An average 75.3% of women aged 25 to 49 years are employed in Belgium, as against 84% of men in the same age group, according to the results of a study by the Belgian Statistical Office, Statbel, released on Wednesday ahead of International Women’s Day on the 8th of March.
Wallonia had 208,668 unemployed jobseekers at the end of February, a drop of 1.7% (-3,672) since the end of the previous month, according to data released by the regional employment office, Forem, on Monday.

Brussels: jobseekers' numbers drop again

Friday, 02 February 2018 17:16
Unemployment dropped again, this time by -4.4 %, in the Brussels Region in January, reducing the number of jobseekers to 91,877 -16.5%- the region’s public employment service, Actiris, announced on Friday.
About 300.000 Belgians, mainly people who have worked as employees and as public sector appointees, are unable to use Belgium’s pension site, mypension.be.
It is not right to say that reintegration routes for people with long-term illnesses have met with only limited success, according to Labour Minister Kris Peeters, whose cabinet stresses that “provisional trends show that quite a few such routes were launched in 2017”.