Employment & Benefits
As an employer you are confronted, almost daily, with (complex) employment law and tax issues. Using a unique integrated and solution-driven approach, we help guide you through these issues. We cover the full spectrum of employment law - pension law, social security, employment taxes and international employment law (including permits). Our integrated team of employment lawyers and tax advisors is what sets us apart in the market.
Change of terms and conditions of employment: a follow-up
In this news item we will first briefly discuss the instruments available to an employer to (unilaterally) change the terms and conditions of employment of its employees, then we will elaborate on the IFF-judgment and the consequences of this judgmen
08-03-2023Social elections 2024: the register for temporary workersIn light of the upcoming 2024 social elections in Belgium, we would like to draw attention to some deadlines and obligations that are worth being highlighted on every company's election calendar. A first key item concerns keeping track of the numbe
Let us keep you updated
We regularly inform our clients about changes in the law, relevant case law and other interesting developments that may have consequences for employers. Through personal contact, in-house meetings, webinars and roundtable discussions, we ensure that as an employer you stay up to date with the most recent developments.
Podcast about Digital Economy Platforms
Interested to know more about platform economy, the employment and tax position of platform workers and how to avoid risks of a wrong qualification as much as possible? The podcast discusses the place platform workers occupy in the digital economy, which rights and obligations they have, and which challenges they and the platforms they work for are facing from a civil law and tax perspective.
Q&A Employment in the Netherlands 2022
Based on our knowledge and years of experience, in this guidebook we provide the answers to many questions you may be confronted with when seconding employees to work in the Netherlands or hiring a local employee. The Q&A also provides a checklist and is grouped per area of expertise: immigration, labour law, wage withholding tax, 30%-ruling, social security and pension.