ALTIUS has contributed to the 2020 Edition of the ‘European Employment Law Update’ that covers 34 countries in Europe
‘European Employment Law Update’ is an annual guide that compiles updates on employment law from leading law firms all over Europe.
This edition covers the most important legislative changes from 2019 in 34 countries in Europe that are likely to affect businesses in the coming years.
Altius Employment Team was responsible for the guide’s Belgian chapter.
A copy of the guide is available to read HERE.
We hope that you will find it useful.
Enjoy your reading!
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