Do you want to sell your business? Make sure you don't overlook anything!
Want to call it a day? Or to take things a bit easier after an illness or accident? Are you dreaming of taking a new direction and setting up a different business? If you decide to sell your business, it boils down to preparing thoroughly: from the administrative, employment legislation and mental viewpoint.
Have you set up a company? Then your operating profit is liable to corporation tax, and your salary as the person running the business or a manager is liable to income tax.
Optimizing your pay means in the first instance that you will pay less in tax and social security contributions - a statutory right but which, nevertheless, is subject to certain restrictions.
Keep a calm head in the event of occupational accidents!
Accidents do happen. What if one of your employees is injured during an accident in the workplace or on the way to or from work? Protect yourself and your company against the consequences of an occupational accident.
Parental leave: a right all your employees have
Did you know that employees who are soon to be parents are entitled to leave to care for their child? There are different rules for mothers and fathers, for birth and adoption, and so on.
Is one of your employees nearing the end of their career and seeking to reduce their workload in the run-up to their retirement? That's a viable option with the special 'end-of-career time credit’ system.
Collective dismissal: a unique restructuring procedure
Has the crisis taken its toll on your business? Are you facing increasingly more difficult economic conditions? Perhaps collective dismissal is the solution to go with, before the situation gets completely out of hand. It's admittedly a tough decision to make. But one that could save your business from greater strife.
Social dialog in Belgium
Social dialog is an institutional system that is deeply rooted in Belgian tradition. It entails negotiations between social partners and governments regarding economic and social matters. These negotiations take place at the national, inter-professional, sectoral and company level. And they lead to collective labor agreements (CLAs).
It isn't always compulsory for you to cover the costs of your employees' commute, but it is an interesting alternative form of remuneration. Does your employee come to work in his or her own car? Then you are not required to cover the cost of the journey!