C&E Academy 2019 - Global Mobility

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C&E Academy 2019 - Global Mobility

Start date:
05 Dec 2019
Start time:
09:00
End date:
05 Dec 2019
End time:
17:00
Location:
Boulevard du Souverain 280 1160 Brussels

Information

The C&E Academy contains (basic) trainings in four of our most important practice areas: 

  • employment (basic social law) (April 2019);
  • global mobility (international employment) (December 2019);
  • compensation & benefits (spring 2020);
  • occupational pensions (fall 2020).

This part of the training programme is our global mobility training which will take place on 5 December 2019. Registrations are open as of today.

This training is specifically aimed at new employees as well as employees who would like to freshen up their basic knowledge and optimize their thinking framework in relation to your mobile workforce. During the course we will provide checklists and “tips and tricks” for all aspects of global mobility and international employment. 

Participation is free of charge. You can choose to participate for the whole day or only the morning or afternoon. Participants who follow the whole training programme will receive a Claeys & Engels certificate.

We hope this contributes to your training programme.

Programme basic training global mobility

9h - Welcome

9h30 - Part 1

  • Who needs a work permit and visa ?
  • What other formalities need to be observed?
  • Which employment laws apply in a case of commuter arrangements, secondments, expatriations, transfers and working in more than one country (salary split) ?
  • Must foreign contractors observe the Belgian minimum terms and conditions and who is liable ?

11h30 - Coffee break

11h45 - Part 2

  • In which country social security must be paid in case of commuter arrangements, secondments, expatriations, transfers and working in more than one country (salary split)?
  • Impact on the employee’s social security rights?

12h45 - Lunch

14u00 - Part 3

  • What is the impact on an employee’s state pension and occupational pension in case of commuter arrangements, secondments, expatriations, transfers and working in more than one country (salary split)?
  • Are there any alternatives?

15h00 - Coffee break

15h15 - Part 4

  • In which country taxes must be paid in case of commuter arrangements, secondments, expatriations, transfers and working in more than one country (salary split)?
  • When does an employee qualify for the special tax status?

16h45 - End of the training

Getting to the event