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Amendments to Labour Code | "Omnibus" Law of April 8th 2018
31/07/2018

The “omnibus” law of April 8th 2018, effective since April 15th 2018 (hereinafter the “Law”), amends many provisions of the Labour Code in order to strengthen the protection of employees. The main changes are as follows:

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New year, new benefit and employment laws: Are you compliant?

New year, new benefit and employment laws: Are you compliant?
07/02/2017

2017 has arrived and some legislative changes with it. In order to assess if your HR department is compliant with the new laws, you will find a short summary of the major innovations:

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Augmentation du salaire social minimum et indexation des salaires au 1er Janvier 2017

Augmentation du salaire social minimum et indexation des salaires au 1er Janvier 2017
03/01/2017

Tous les deux ans, le Gouvernement doit soumettre à la Chambre des Députés, sur base de l’article L.222-2 du Code du Travail, un rapport sur l'évolution des conditions économiques générales et des revenus. Sur base de ce rapport, le Gouvernement a la faculté de proposer un relèvement du salaire social minimum. Ainsi, le Gouvernement avais soumis le projet de loi n°7085.

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Une nouvelle obligation à charge des employeurs: la notification des plans  d’option sur acquisition d’actions

Une nouvelle obligation à charge des employeurs: la notification des plans d’option sur acquisition d’actions
01/02/2016

De plus en plus de sociétés ont recours aux plans d’option sur acquisition d’actions afin de fidéliser leurs salariés, ceux-ci bénéficiant d’une imposition intéressante sur les options sur actions. 

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Mrs. Coralie Pauwels

REMUNERATION POLICIES APPLICABLE IN THE FINANCIAL SECTOR AND THE PROPORTIONALITY PRINCIPLE : ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
01/08/2011

Remuneration policy has been implemented at the European level explaining that one main factor of the financial crisis was the inappropriate remuneration structure of certain institutions of the financial sector. More precisely, it was generally recognized that "excessive remuneration in the financial sector fuelled a risk appetite that was disproportionate to the loss-absorption capacity of institutions and of the financial sector as a whole".

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