Working in brussels
The city is divided into 19 communes. Here are the communes and neighborhoods closest to nWave, which is located in Forest:
New recruits will receive nWave's welcome package which contains lots of useful information to help you settle into life here quickly.
Visit www.justlanded.com for an overview of living and working in Brussels.
Medical insurance is mandatory for everyone in Belgium. In the case of employees, contributions are paid by the employer and deducted from your gross salary. Freelancers pay into a social security fund for the self-employed.
There are many health insurance companies, most of which you can register with on-line. There is usually a 6 month grace period, so it is important to arrive in Belgium with medical coverage of your own for the first 6 months.
Here is an example of a Mutuelle: www.partenamut.be