1. This book gives an overall picture of the principles of Belgian labour law, i.e. employment law as well as industrial relations law. The authors not only describe and analyse the legal aspects of labour relations, but also indicate developing trends in Belgium.

  2. The European economic unification has come about without any adjusting or accompanying economic and social policies. Its effects on social and human relations go far beyond the economic and commercial domains. This book discusses the changes that are apparent at three levels: the primary economic level, the social level and the general or societal level.

  3. Labour law is widely considered to be in crisis. The objective of this book is threefold. First of all, it draws attention to a number of phenomena and processes both within and outside the law that affect the protective mechanisms and essential functions of labour law. Secondly, the authors want to point out their main causes and principal consequences. Finally, the book reflects the remedies proposed by the authors to preserve the essential...
  4. Belgian Employment Law

    Publication date: October 29, 2010

    This book gives an overall picture of Belgian employment law Unlike the majority of the other European countries, Belgium distinguishes between blue-collar and white-collar workers. Furthermore it is easier to fire an employee in Belgium than in most EU-Member States. An employer does not need any form of external approval.

  5. In this work the author tries to uncover the parameters the labour legislators used in the development of labour protection. He formulates a number of theses that allow him to establish a theory of labour law. The themes dealt with in this work fit in an overall vision on labour in its relation with capital as dealt with in law.

  6. The Essence of Social Dialogue contains the proceedings of the first seminar held by the European Platform on Social Dialogue (EPOS).
  7. Belgian Industrial Relations Law

    Publication date: September 12, 2005

    This book gives an overall picture of the industrial relations in Belgium.

  8. Directive (EEC) No 94/45 is the first concrete step towards community-scale participation for workers. After a critical analysis of the directive and its implementation in Belgian, German, French and Dutch law by eminent international experts, four recent test cases are examined.