How to hire new workers? What are the different types of employment contracts?
What are the rules to comply with in terms of remuneration, working hours or staff representation?
Human resources management is an essential component of smooth business operation.
Choosing the right people, sound day-to-day management, knowledge of the labour laws and a forward-looking management of skills are the key to maximise the human capital of any business.
This section presents the different aspects of the human resources department as well as the legal obligations for the employer, from the declaration of a vacant position to the termination of the working relationship.
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Each employee (salaried worker) is entitled to a minimum of 25 working days of paid leave per year. In principle, the leave is taken according to the employee's wishes, as long as the justified needs and wishes of the...
A business that intends to hire staff must submit a declaration of vacant position to the National Employment Agency (ADEM). The declaration of a job vacancy is quick and easy and comes with a service and support to help find...
In the framework of a working relationship, the salary is a direct compensation for the work carried out by the employee for his employer. It may consist of different elements in cash or in kind. As a general rule, the...
Businesses and public organisations must take steps to ensure the best possible protection for personal data. To control the governance of personal data within the organisation, a Data Protection Officer (DPO) may need to be appointed. The role of the...
Paternity leave (or Pappecongé) is a special leave of 10 days granted to the father in the event of the birth of a child, or the arrival of a child of less than 16 years of age with a view to...
A special leave is granted to salaried workers who must take leave of absence from work for personal reasons. It must be taken, with 2 exceptions (birth and adoption), when the event takes place and may not be carried over...