Unions representing employees of Brussels Airlines are now on the qui vive, following the announcement by parent company Lufthansa of the impending ...
Jun, 17
Brussels Airlines unions on the qui vive following warnings of “new measures” at Lufthansa
Unions representing employees of Brussels Airlines are now on the qui vive, following the announcement by parent company Lufthansa of the ...
Monday, 17, June 2019
Decrease in number of foreign nurses for first time since 2013
The number of foreign nurses in Belgium decreased for the first time since 2013, according to Federal Public Health figures published today ...
Saturday, 15, June 2019
Hospital staff continue weekly one-day strike campaign over working conditions
Hospitals in Wallonia and Brussels were yesterday affected by the second in a series of one-day industrial actions by nurses and nursing ...
Wednesday, 12, June 2019
Police medics worked part-time for full-time salary
For over ten years, 25 federal police medical officers were paid a full-time salary while only working part-time. This was revealed at a ...
Thursday, 23, May 2019
Number of new police recruits dropping year by year in Belgium
Belgium’s largest police union has issued a “wake-up call” to the government over the number of candidates applying for a job within the ...
Wednesday, 22, May 2019
Unions denounce poor working conditions of crews on international ships
Poor-quality drinking water and late or partial payment of wages are among the substandard working conditions faced by crews on ...
Monday, 20, May 2019
Brussels waste management staff get productivity premium as complaints approach 5,000
The Brussels regional government has allocated 11 million euros for a productivity premium for the staff of Bruxelles Propreté, the ...
Friday, 17, May 2019