In practice and also in recent media coverage, the question was raised whether employers/companies can provide employees with a (tax beneficial) cash incentive – other than a regular bonus payment – in order to motivate and reward employees who (are not staying at home due to temporary unemployment measures and who) are still allowed and
The Act of 6 December 2015 contained the following adjustments with respect to ‘meal vouchers’ and ‘non-recurrent collective bonuses’, applicable as from 1 January 2016.
The Council of Ministers recently approved two draft Royal Decrees regarding meal vouchers and non-recurring collective bonuses. These Royal Decrees contain the following adjustments: The maximum amount of employer’ contribution for meal vouchers will be increased from 5.91 EUR to 6.91 EUR per voucher. Taking into account a minimum employee’s contribution of 1.09 EUR, the