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Thursday, March 31, 2005

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rjw

Belgium's labour laws are considered best practice by many eurocrats? Must have missed that meeting.

New Economist

Well, I was specifically referring to their redundancy regulations. They have average severance pay of about 24 weeks for blue collar workers, and 15-17 weeks delay for collective redundancies.

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