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There are less than 100,000 unemployed residents in the Brussels-Capital Region, the lowest figure since 2009.
Last year, nearly 9,000 additional people opted for time credit, one type of leave provided by the Belgian social security system for employees in the private sector.
Pensions minister Daniel Bacquelaine is working on a bill that entitles workers in Belgium to receive a minimum pension after a career of 20 years, instead of the current 30 years.
Belgium scores among the top five in a list of countries with the best work-life balance, according to a study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Businesses are allowed to follow the online behaviour of their employees, ruled the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) after a case in which an employee was sacked for holding private chat
The various social partners in Belgium have reached an agreement for the development of a framework that regulates night work for Belgian webshops.
Belgian youth are more satisfied with their jobs than the average European, according to a study by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.
A new Regus Express Centre flexible workspace has opened up in Brussels Central Station, the result of a partnership between Belgium's rail authority SNCB and Regus, a multinational operator