Half of Belgium’s private-sector employees – roughly 1.4 million workers – expect bonuses worth a total of €400 million this year for doing their job during ...
Jan, 28
€400 million in Covid bonuses for private-sector employees this year
Half of Belgium’s private-sector employees – roughly 1.4 million workers – expect bonuses worth a total of €400 million this year for doing ...
Friday, 28, January 2022
Belgian inflation rate soars to highest level in a generation
High fuel prices are driving the inflation rate up to 7.59%, a level last seen when Billboard’s number one song was The Police’s “Every ...
Friday, 28, January 2022
Employees who do not telework currently at highest risk of Covid infection
While the number of coronavirus infections is increasing very rapidly in Belgium, the impact on people's job is "unprecedented," according ...
Friday, 28, January 2022
Young boy who stabbed police officer charged with attempted homicide
The young boy who stabbed a police officer twice in the back with a knife on Thursday will be brought before the juvenile court in Hasselt ...
Friday, 28, January 2022
Refusing protests will not prevent riots, Etterbeek mayor says
In recent months, Brussels has seen many anti-coronavirus protests turn sour. The protests are set to continue with one planned for this ...
Friday, 28, January 2022
Diesel fuel prices climb to record highs
The price of diesel fuel at the pump will top €1.80 per litre on Saturday, setting a record unwelcome with drivers and shipping companies. ...
Friday, 28, January 2022
First-buyers should get priority on housing market, socialist party says
Young people and first-buyers need to be protected in the housing market, as the rising price of a property, as well as the number of ...
Friday, 28, January 2022