Sabam talk about music again with employers charging at workplace

by prashanth on September 3, 2009 · 0 comments

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Sabam Thursday begins in Belgium a new round of consultations between employers and Sabam about paying for music rights in the workplace. Sabam states that the levy of the job, but it is not yet decided to collect. Sabam states that the levy of the job, but it has not yet decided to collect.

Sabam logo in August concluded the copyright Sabam and employers organization FEB agreement on the payment of copyright on music in companies with more than five employees is played. In August the copyright Sabam locks and employers organization VBO an agreement on the payment of copyright on music in companies with more than five employees is played. The charge should take effect as of July 1, 2009. The charge should take effect as of July 1, 2009. Smaller companies were quite displeased about this and found the charge unjustified and complicated. Smaller companies were quite displeased about this and found the charge Unjustified and complicated. Moreover, they found that exemption had applied to companies with up to ten employees instead of five. Moreover, they found that exemption had applied to companies with up to ten employees instead of five.

At the insistence of Vincent Van Quickenborne, the Minister of Enterprise, Thursday to the parties together around the table to discuss the problems. At the insistence of Vincent Van Quickenborne, the Minister of Enterprise, Thursday to the parties together around the table to discuss the problems. Sabam the sending of the letter seeking payment, been delayed, reports De Morgen. Sabam the sending of the letter seeking payment, been delayed, so says De Morgen. The Neutral Syndicate for Self has welcomed. The Neutral Syndicate is pleased to Self responded. The champions advocates a recovery mechanism. The champions and advocates a recovery mechanism.

“There remains too much money stick to the various collecting bodies,” said Christine Mattheeuws, chairman of the NSZ. “There remains too much money stick to the various collecting bodies,” said Christine Mattheeuws, chairman of the NSZ. “Money that accrues to the creators and performers and producers and what they really deserve. A collection organism makes the process more transparent. Thus one sees immediately how independent he or she is to be paid for the use of music in the case . “Money that accrues to the creators and performers and producers and what they really deserve. A collection organism makes the process more transparent. Thus one sees immediately how independent he or she is to be paid for the use of music in the case.

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