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High energy bills and rising inflation: what can companies do?
Employers

High energy bills and rising inflation: what can companies do?

08 September 2022 Ellen Van Grunderbeek

Rising gas and energy prices are confronting employers and employees with high energy bills. Companies are looking for solutions to meet these challenges. What is legally possible and permissible?

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What will be changing for employers in September?
Employers

What will be changing for employers in September?

29 August 2022 Miet Vanhegen

Laws and regulations change regularly, and this affects you as an employer or your employees. Acerta is therefore providing you with an overview of the socio-legal changes that are planned for September 2022.

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On time at the school gates
Employers

On time at the school gates

23 August 2022 Annelies Bries

It is once again time for working parents to find a new balance between work and school hours. What are the legal options?

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What will be changing for employers in July?
Employers

What will be changing for employers in July?

28 June 2022 Miet Vanhegen

Laws and regulations change regularly, and this affects you as an employer or your employees. Acerta is therefore providing you with an overview of the socio-legal changes that are planned for July 2022.

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On holiday with the company car: frequently asked questions
Employers

On holiday with the company car: frequently asked questions

23 June 2022 Ellen Van Grunderbeek

The summer holidays are approaching. What if your employee goes on holiday in his/her company car and... has an accident? Or wants to install a luggage rack? And can your employees use their fuel cards abroad? Acerta answers some frequently asked questions.

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Company in difficulties? How to create financial breathing space
Employers

Company in difficulties? How to create financial breathing space

10 June 2022 Ellen Van Grunderbeek

The Covid pandemic, the conflict in Ukraine, rising prices (energy and otherwise), a growing wave of bankruptcies... These are turbulent times, and perhaps your company is also in turbulent waters? These tips help you create financial breathing space.

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Reporting expenses inherent to the employer changes starting in income year 2022
Employers

Reporting expenses inherent to the employer changes starting in income year 2022

25 May 2022

On 26 February 2021, a new tax circular was published that defines the conditions under which the employer's interventions in the costs of homeworking are exempt from taxes. However, this circular also shows that the FPS Finance will adjust the way of reporting expenses (fixed rate or otherwise) inherent to the employer on the tax sheet.

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Long-term sick employees? Avoid penalties
Employers

Long-term sick employees? Avoid penalties

18 May 2022 Miet Vanhegen

The further specific plans in dealing with the rising number of long-term sick people were approved during the Council of Ministers on 13 May 2022 For instance, in the next phase, the government intends to focus on empowering employers and incapacitated individuals, among others.

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Three steps to a successful holiday policy
Employers

Three steps to a successful holiday policy

11 May 2022 Marijke Beelen

Everyone needs a holiday from time to time. Did you know that full-time employees, working a five-day week, are entitled to 20 statutory days of holiday? If you would like to have a successful vacation policy in your organisation? these are the steps to follow.

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