Coronavirus: teleworking declaration for June

Author: Catherine Mairy (Legal Expert)
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Employers must declare the persons present at the workplace each month, from April 2021 to June 2021.

The declaration for June 2021 must:

  • relate to the situation (= persons employed by the company) on 1 June 2021;

This declaration can be submitted from 15 May 2021.

Important note! The company that has correctly made the teleworking declaration for April or May 2021 is not required to submit a new monthly declaration for June 2021 unless there is a change in the number of persons employed by the company and/or in the number of persons in the company who have a job that is incompatible with teleworking on 1 June 2021, as compared to the last declaration made.

Instructions for completing the declaration and a FAQ are also available on www.socialsecurity.be.

As a reminder, the obligation to make this declaration applies to all employers, with the exception of those companies that are obliged to be completely closed. 

The NSSO specifies that eating and drinking establishments do not have to submit the teleworking declaration as long as they are obliged to be completely closed, even if they offer takeaway meals as an alternative or reopen terraces.

Source: www.socialsecurity.be.

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