Federal Public Service Employment
The FPS Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue (Dutch: FOD Werkgelegenheid, Arbeid en Sociaal Overleg, French: SPF Emploi, Travail et Concertation sociale, German: FÖD Beschäftigung, Arbeit und Soziale Konzertierung), more commonly referred to as the FPS Employment or the FPS Labour, is a Federal Public Service of Belgium. It was created by Royal Order on February 3, 2002, as part of the plans of the Verhofstadt I Government to modernise the federal administration. It is responsible for managing labour relations, ensuring the protection and promotion of occupational well-being, and participating in the development of social legislation.
The FPS Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue is responsible to the Federal Minister of Employment.
The FPS Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue is organised into six Directorates-General:
- The Directorate General for Collective Labour Relations
- The Directorate General for Individual Labour Relations
- The Directorate General for Supervision of Social Legislation
- The Directorate General for Humanisation of Labour
- The Directorate General for Supervision of Occupational Well-being
- The Directorate General for Employment and Labour Market
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