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Very few workers in Belgium follow lessons or get additional training outside of the workplace, according to the National Bank in its annual report.
According to a survey carried out by the federal mobility department, one in three workers who could work at home at least one day a week are not allowed to.
According to Brussels’ employment and training agency Actiris, 69% of complaints regarding discrimination in the workplace in Belgium come from women.
As part of a pilot project in collaboration with citydev.brussels, the Brussels government wants to stimulate companies to hire Brussels residents, writes Metro.
Many employers in Belgium are looking to hire new employees this summer, writes De Morgen.
Since the introduction last year of a new document for doctors to use when writing up sick notes for periods of incapacity for work, the average duration of absence has decreased by ni
More than one in ten (11%) employees in Belgium would like to change jobs in the short term, writes Het Nieuwsblad based on an annual study by Securex on staff movements in th
Only about one in 20 65- to 69-year-olds in Belgium still works, according to a study by the German statistical office Destatis.