The harmonisation between blue- and white-collar workers has led to a new calculation method for the determination of the notice period.
The “Employment, Pension & Benefits” team of Laga has developed an online tool with the following functionalities:
In order to determine the applicable notice period,please complete the below information.
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Renaat Van den Eeckhaut
Laga's Employment, Pensions & Benefits department comprises approximately 20 lawyers who advise companies on all aspects of individual and collective labour law, social security, pensions and incentives. Laga was awarded the 2014 Trends Legal Award for best law firm in social security and employment law based on its pragmatic and business oriented approach and its broader role as HR-advisor.