I have a Belgian employment law question: I have a one-year contract with the company I work for, but would like to find a new job and leave early.
I have ordered double glazing. I paid the down payment of 40% of the total amount. It was agreed that the windows would be installed beginning of August.
I am offered a job in a pretty big company as a team lead, my package jumps almost by 40%, which means that i would come under the high income bracket.
I am leaving Belgium next week after a 3 month contract as a contractor.
I have a few questions regarding sick leave. I'm not sick and don't want to bem, it's just for a better understanding of how things work in Belgium.
When an employee is on their trial period (6months) and the employer decides not to keep them, what is the legal notice period that they have to give to the employee?
having a bloody hard time finding a job. i want to work in the ngo sector but it's getting difficult.
I am looking for a carpenter who could do the following job: to disassemble some furniture (mainly a wardrobe & a bed) and to put it back in a new house.
Is any of you living in Braine l'Alleud but working in Bruxelles?
How is it life in Braine l'Alleud? How is it to commute daily to Bruxelles?
Any frustrations? (e.g. trains delays...)