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Target group reduction: what changes are lined up in 2022?
Employers

Target group reduction: what changes are lined up in 2022?

16 November 2021 Nele Mertens

The rules for certain target group reductions will change commencing in 2022. Acerta lists what exactly will be changing.

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Sector agreement PC 200: higher wages and bicycle allowance
Employers

Sector agreement PC 200: higher wages and bicycle allowance

03 November 2021 Annelies Bries

A draft sector agreement for the years 2021-2022 was drawn up in the General Joint Committee for Employees (PC 200). The PC 200 includes more than 50,000 employers, together employing more than 400,000 white-collar workers. Once the agreement is concluded, it will therefore have an impact on many employers. Here you can read which agreements are on the table.

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Time registration: what obligations are there (not)?
Employers

Time registration: what obligations are there (not)?

02 November 2021 Annelies Bries

Is the time clock back? Time registration is on the table again, but not with the idea of controlling. We do, however, have to look after the welfare of our employees. After all, the time clock helps to keep work and private life more separate, and that can be useful in a hybrid work context. What does the legislation say about time registration? Can you use it today or in the future? We'll explain.

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Will temporarily unemployed workers lose their holiday entitlements in 2021?
Employers

Will temporarily unemployed workers lose their holiday entitlements in 2021?

22 October 2021 Nele Mertens

Employers affected by the corona crisis can put their employees on temporary unemployment since March 2020. In principle, the temporary unemployment days due to corona do not count for the calculation of holidays and holiday pay the following year.

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Agreement on budget: what decisions have been taken?
Employers

Agreement on budget: what decisions have been taken?

13 October 2021 Miet Vanhegen

Prime Minister De Croo delivered the policy statement in the annual State of the Union. The core cabinet reached a final agreement on the budget. What measures are relevant for employers? An overview is given here.

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Sectoral negotiations 2021-2022
Employers

Sectoral negotiations 2021-2022

12 October 2021 Leen Smeets

Every two years, the sectors negotiate new sectoral agreements. They are doing so after the national social agreement (IPA) is approved. Some sectors already have an agreement for 2021-2022, others are still negotiating.

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What socio-legal changes are there in October?
Employers

What socio-legal changes are there in October?

30 September 2021 Miet Vanhegen

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

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Temporary unemployment is extended until end 2021
Employers

Temporary unemployment is extended until end 2021

23 September 2021 Nele Mertens

If you still need to rely on temporary unemployment after 30 September, you will be able to do so until the end of the year due to the relaxed procedure for temporary unemployment based on force majeure.

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Central index exceeded in August : what does this mean for the guaranteed average minimum monthly income?
Employers

Central index exceeded in August : what does this mean for the guaranteed average minimum monthly income?

10 September 2021 Tom Dirix

The August index exceeded the guaranteed average minimum monthly income pivot (GMMMI). From 1 September 2021, the amounts will increase by 2 %.

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