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From 18 February 2022, teleworking will no longer be compulsory, but recommended again. Although the legislation has not yet been officially published, it is already certain that your employees will be able to come to the office again as of Friday. What do the relaxations mean for you as an employer? We list it.Read more
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.Read more
Acerta lists what's new in July, August and September.Read more
As of 9 June, you are allowed to organise return dates for your employees. This way they can combine their obligatory home work with a day at the office. A relief for many employees, after all, surveys by Acerta and Stepstone has indicated that 47% of Belgians would like to return to the office for a while.Read more
The ongoing corona pandemic poses serious challenges for employers in the crucial sectors. Just think of the relentless pressure on caregivers or the harvest peak periods in agriculture and horticulture.Read more
Stricter controls and mandatory registration of non-teleworkers, that's what the Consultation Committee decided on Wednesday 24 March. In this article, we will explain exactly how the teleworking registration tool works.Read more
Due to the increase in the number of hospital admissions and the increase in the number of corona infections, the Consultation Committee met early today, 24 March 2021. It was decided to take an 'Easter break' for a 4-week period.Read more