Skeyes, Belgium's national air traffic control authority, has been found guilty by an industrial tribunal in Brussels of age discrimination. The case was ...
Dec, 05
Skeyes accused of age discrimination as jobs agency introduces new rules
Skeyes, Belgium's national air traffic control authority, has been found guilty by an industrial tribunal in Brussels of age ...
Thursday, 05, December 2019
Amazon employees in Germany go on strike for Black Friday
Hundreds of the American giant Amazon's employees came out on strike for better wages and working conditions in Germany on Friday, the ...
Friday, 29, November 2019
Half day of parental leave per week or whole day per fortnight shows to be clear success
The 1/10th parental leave system, which allows workers to take half a day off per week or a whole day off per fortnight, is a clear ...
Wednesday, 20, November 2019
‘Mystery calls’ unable to fight employment discrimination in Belgium
The law on "mystery calls" that aims to tackle employment discrimination has for the time being produced no results. Until now, four ...
Wednesday, 20, November 2019
Most Belgians expect to stop working before 65
Sixty-three per cent of Belgian workers say they cannot work until their statutory pension age, it emerged from the two-yearly ...
Wednesday, 20, November 2019
Two in three workers sacked after long-term sickness
Two thirds of workers who were able to go back to work after a long illness through a reintegration process were later dismissed by their ...
Sunday, 17, November 2019
Three measures to speed up Belgium’s asylum process
The council of ministers on Thursday approved three measures that will enable the asylum process to be speeded up, the Minister for Asylum, ...
Friday, 15, November 2019