Employment law

And nothing but employment law



We are intimately familiar with the ins and outs of employment law and we like a challenge. A combination that makes us into an empowering partner. In some cases, the solution is straightforward enough but we are not averse from taking a little risk every now and then.

Challenge us. We will come up with the right solution.

Who calls on our services?

Small businesses as well as large corporations, local as well as international. Think Levi Strauss, Quatra, Holland&Barrett, etc. 

Why do they call on us?

On the strength of our approach, knowledge and because we do what we say and say what we do.

All things HR Legal

  • Redundancies

  • Restructurings and organisational transformation operations
  • Industrial relations

  • Social inspections

  • Day-to-day HR legal stuff

In addition, we assist multinationals seeking to set up business in Belgium or looking to hire Belgian staff through overseas entities.

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Employees often seek advice on whether their termination was legal. This includes assessing if the termination violated any specific terms of an employment contract, if it was in retaliation for the employee’s legal activities (like whistleblowing), or if it was discriminatory based on race, gender, age, or other protected characteristics. Understanding the nuances of wrongful termination laws and the specific circumstances of each case is crucial.

Clients may have concerns about the legality and fairness of certain clauses in their employment contracts. These could include non-compete clauses, clauses that limit an employee’s rights in a dispute, or terms that could be seen as unfair or overly restrictive. An employment lawyer can analyze these contracts to ensure they comply with state and federal laws and advocate for the employee’s rights.

Questions in this area are centered around what constitutes illegal discrimination and harassment in the workplace. This includes understanding the rights of employees under laws like the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other federal and state laws. Lawyers provide guidance on how to document and report such instances and what legal recourse is available to victims.

Inquiries in this area often involve whether employees are being paid in accordance with state and federal wage laws. This includes issues like receiving the minimum wage, proper compensation for overtime, and correct classification as an employee versus an independent contractor. Lawyers can help employees understand their rights and seek back pay and damages if these laws have been violated.

Employers and employees alike might ask about the legality of various workplace policies. This can include policies related to employee privacy, drug testing, leave policies, and workplace safety. An employment lawyer can review these policies to ensure they are in compliance with current labor laws and advise on best practices to avoid legal issues.

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