Labour Law in Belgium

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Kluwer Law International, 2010 - Law - 398 pages
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Building on a clear overview of labour law and labour relations, the book offers practical guidance on which sound preliminary decisions may be based. It will find a ready readership among lawyers representing parties with interests in Belgium, and academics and researchers will appreciate its value in the study of comparative trends in laws affecting labour and labour relations.
 

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Contents

List of Abbreviations
23
4 Employment Statistics
32
Definitions and Notions
40
3 Categories of Employees
47
Organization Chart
53
Sources of Labour Law
59
2 National Sources
66
3 The Hierarchy of the Sources of Labour Law
73
The Death of One of the Parties
222
3 Termination through the Serving of a Term of Notice
223
4 Abusive Dismissal and Abuse of Law
233
8 Closure of Enterprises Collective Dismissals
244
Covenants of Noncompetition Statute
251
Trade Union Freedom
257
5 Individual Trade Union Freedom
262
2 Legal Status of Trade Unions and Employers Associations
277

Combating Certain Forms of Discrimination
80
1 Freedom of Movement for EUEEA Nationals
83
3 The Act of 5 March 2002
89
Bibliography
103
The Individual Employment Relation
105
3 The Trial Clause the Training Clause and Working Abroad
136
Duties of the Parties in the Course
145
2 Duties of the Employer
147
Working Time and Leave Sunday Rest Annual
176
2 Paid Educational Leave
197
5 Meal and Eco Vouchers
203
3 Work Accidents and Occupational Diseases
210
4 Pregnancy and Maternity Paternity Leave Parental Leave Breastfeeding
211
5 Justified Leave of Absence
212
6 Leave of Absence for Compelling Reasons
213
9 Technical Disturbance or Economic Reasons
214
10 Bad Weather
215
14 Leave for the Execution of a Political Mandate
216
17 Palliative Care
217
The Termination of the Individual Labour Contract
218
2 General Ways of Terminating the Individual Labour Contract
220
Termination of the Contract by Mutual Consent
221
a Employment Situation
309
b Vocational Training and Retraining
311
5 Criteria Regarding Dismissals and Recruitment
312
9 Management of the Social Services
313
11 Performing the Functions of the Committee for Prevention and Protection at Work
314
15 Planning of Paid Educational Leave Social Recovery Act 1985
315
Dimensions of Influence
316
b Advice and Consultation
317
Selfmanagement
318
Informing the Rank and File and Professional Secrecy
320
b Status of the Employees Representative
321
Protection of the Employees Representatives
322
2 Duration of the Period of Protection
323
b Labour Tribunal
324
c Negotiation
325
5 Transfer
326
the Joint Committees
338
Collective Bargaining
349
2 The Act of 5 December 1968
356
4 Prevention and Settlement of Industrial Conflicts
389
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Roger Blanpain is a Professor at the University of Leuven and Katholieke Universiteit Brussels and is the Editor in Chief of the International Encyclopedia of Laws.

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