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The European Union is a major source of employment, with a staff of 33,000 in the Commission alone.
Belgian companies need to conclude agreements with their staff about sending emails outside of work hours, according to the guidelines of a draft law by employment minister Kris Peeters (CD&V),
Wrist tendonitis accounts for the highest percentage of workplace injury claims in Belgium, reports Het Laatste Nieuws based on the annual report of the Federal Agency for Occ
More than one in four Belgians is willing to take a major pay cut in exchange for their dream job, according to a study by recruitment agency Robert Half, reports VTM Nieuws.
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
While there are fewer unemployed in Belgium, workers are more afraid than ever to lose their jobs, writes Het Laatste Nieuws.
The European Court of Justice this morning ruled that employers can legally ban staff from wearing religious symbols, including the Islamic headscarf, or hijab.
The number of people diagnosed with burnout has doubled in the past five years in Belgium, according to the national institute for health and disability insurance (Inami).
The colleagues of the Brussels man who on Tuesday last week won €168 million in the EuroMillions lottery say the man has not shown up to work in four days.