What is employment law?
Employment law governs the relationship between employers and employees in the broad sense. In other words, employment law clarifies your rights and obligations as an employee or an employer, and as an ex-employer or ex-employee.
Employment law is about both the individual employment relationship (e.g. the employment contract, remuneration or dismissal) and collective matters (e.g. Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs), Joint Committees, collective redundancy or closure).
Considering the intensely interwoven nature of employment law with human relationships, the emphasis on psychological, emotional and strategic aspects of a case is just as crucial as the law itself.
Employment law is alive and evolves constantly as a result of new laws, decrees, CBAs and European directives. But jurisprudence also has a shaping influence. In short: one must constantly be alert in order to have a complete knowledge of the matter.
We do so with passion and drive.
These matters relating to employment law hold no secrets for our specialists:
- Drawing up personalised employment contracts
- Recruitment / dismissal
- Bogus self-employment
- Trade union elections
- Dismissal for misconduct
- Fight against absenteeism
- Collective redundancy
- Unfair competition
- Works Council
- Privacy in the workplace
- Time credit
- parental leave
- Negotiation and signing of CBAs
- Setting up of Joint Committees
- Union delegation
- Working hours
- Working regulations
- Health and Safety Committee
- Transfer of an undertaking (CBA 32 bis)
- Liability for faults
- Use or misuse of telephone, Internet and social media during working hours
- Recruitment through employment agencies
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