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Only about one in 20 65- to 69-year-olds in Belgium still works, according to a study by the German statistical office Destatis.
More than 18,000 federal employees in Belgium work from home one to three times a week, compared to 1,790 employees five years ago, writes La Dernière Heure.
Taiwan is considered by expatriates as the best country to live, and Kuwait is the worst country, according to the annual InterNations Expat Insider Survey.
About 17.5% of Belgian youth between 20 and 24 years of age are unemployed and not enrolled in school, according to figures published by the European statistics agency Eurostat on young people who
Unionized workers in Belgium last year were on strike for a total of 207,563 days, three times fewer days than in 2014 when there was a record number of 760,297 strike days recorded, report De
The number of working non-EU citizens in 2015 was the lowest in Belgium compared to all the EU countries, writes Het Laatste Nieuws, according to figures from Eurostat.
The average distance travelled by a Belgian worker between his residence and work is 19 kilometres.
Only one in ten employees in Belgium has received permission from their employer to occasionally telecommute, or work from home, according to research by the FPS Economy, write various Belgian medi
Insurance companies in Belgium are increasingly likely to refuse to recognise workplace accident claims, writes La Libre Belgique based on a report submitted to the Fund for Occupational A