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In Brussels, one in six job seekers do not speak French or Dutch, causing problems for registration, administration and training.
The European Union is a major source of employment, with a staff of 33,000 in the Commission alone.
Flemish transport company De Lijn has adjusted its conditions for the recruitment of bus and tram drivers, reports De Standaard.
Belgium needs to attract more highly educated workers from abroad, writes VRT Nieuws.
As part of a pilot project in collaboration with citydev.brussels, the Brussels government wants to stimulate companies to hire Brussels residents, writes Metro.
The 'white cash register', or new smart cash register, has led to 22,000 extra jobs being declared in the hospitality industry, writes Het Laatste Nieuws based on data from th
At Coca-Cola Services in Anderlecht, 50 to 75 of the 218 jobs will be lost, confirms Tina De Greef of the Christian trade union LBC-NVK.
Many employers in Belgium are looking to hire new employees this summer, writes De Morgen.
Belgium's state security will subject 'safety sensitive' job holders in Belgium to a security screening, as the law on federal security authorisations and safet