Employing in Belgium
Belgian labor laws are focused on the well-being of the employees and protect them from discrimination. Collective bargaining agreements are usually between the trade union and the employer (a company or an individual).
As for the language of the employment contract, either Dutch, French, or German is mandatory depending on the employee's place of work or the registered office of the business firm.
The usual probationary period followed in Belgium is from one to six months.