InternationalBelgian payroll services
Belgian payroll services
If you are a foreign company wanting to act as an employer in Belgium, you have to comply with a whole range of duties and formalities, considering all social, fiscal and labour law rules.
Mandated as your representative, Van Havermaet International takes care of all your legal and administrative requirements.
We can help you with the following:
- Preliminary DIMONA-notifications;
- Concluding a professional labour accident insurance;
- Drawing up the employment agreement;
- Work regulations;
- Affiliation with a family allowance fund, welfare fund.
We will also advise you on recruiting, dismissals, wage cost optimisation and calculations, trade union requirements and other HR matters.
Besides the above we will:
- Manage the recurring payroll;
- Calculate and file all compulsory social and tax contributions;
- Draw up all compulsory Belgian social documents and policies, with respect to your company’s own culture and procedures.
In case you require a international payroll, we as Van Havermaet International, being a member firm of Morison KSi, a worldwide association of equivalent offices, will collaborate with our partners, located all over the world and coordinate the international payroll.
The saga continues: stricter corona measures regarding labour law
1. Stricter checks on mandatory telework
In order to facilitate the check of telework, companies will have to register online, as of Saturday 27 March 2021, the number of employees who cannot telework (and are therefore present at the workplace).
Via the social security portal, the following data will have to be registered using a convenient tool:
- the total number of staff members per branch;
- the number of staff members carrying out a task for which teleworking is not possible.
Are you eligible for the exemption from social security contributions?
Your employee can’t be posted anymore and must be socially insured in Belgium. Or you are considering hiring your first Belgian worker(s)?
The Belgian borders are closed to all non-essential travel
Are employees who live abroad, still allowed to come to Belgium to work here?
The Belgian borders are closed to all non-essential travel. This does not include professional travel: your employees may therefore still cross the border to come and work in Belgium.