Employment law in Belgium is extremely technical and complicated. ALTIUS’ employment team helps our clients navigate through these complex labour and employment laws, offering integrated solutions for a wide range of day-to-day employment-related concerns, as well as for transactional and restructuring work.
We seek - by listening to you - to understand your business and the market in which you operate. This approach enables us to provide advice in a manner that is both practical and relevant for your business. We help our clients make appropriate, strategic choices in often challenging circumstances. Deep sensitivity and care are key for us.
While our first objective is to help you anticipate - and prevent - legal risks, we also have extensive labour and employment-related litigation experience.
We function as a fully-integrated law firm because we believe that this structure benefits our clients. The co-operation with the benefits & compensations team of the tax firm, Tiberghien, facilitates an integrated approach to HR matters and offers our clients a clear competitive advantage.
How we can help
- Arbitration in employment disputes
- Assistance in implementing outsourcing and co-sourcing projects in various industry sectors
- Benefits and compensation in collaboration with the tax law firm, Tiberghien
- Collective dismissals and closures of companies or parts of companies
- Collective labour law (collective labour agreements and collective disputes)
- Cross-border employment situations (international employment contracts, social security and the tax aspects of international employment situations)
- Dealing with the social inspection services
- Employment aspects related to corporate compliance and audits under Belgian law of employment-related policies (“whistle blowing”, data protection and privacy issues, bribery and ethical codes, etc.)
- Employment issues (collective or individual) related to the transfer of a business, sale or the purchase of businesses or parts of businesses
- Hiring and firing (including structuring of employment)
- Immigration compliance (A1 forms, LIMOSA declaration, work permits, residence permits)
- Litigation work in employment matters
- Pensions law
- Service agreements, combinations of corporate mandates with service agreements or employment contracts, the issues surrounding “false” independents