News articles written by Bart Van Den Bussche

Benefit in kind – Private use of a company car: updated formula for 2023

16 December 2022

The Royal Decree implementing the new reference CO2 emission for calculating the taxable benefit in kind for the private use of a company car in the hands of company directors and employees has been published in the Official Gazette on 16 December 2022. For income year 2023, the following CO2 emission will be applied to

The directive on pay transparency: what you need to know

15 December 2022

The Pay Transparency Directive has been adopted by the European Council, but still needs to be voted on by the European Parliament. It aims to eliminate the gender pay gap by empowering workers to access the necessary information to assess whether they are paid in a non-discriminatory manner compared to other workers in the same

Upcoming changes to the copyright regime

2 December 2022

On 24 October 2022, the cabinet approved the draft of the program law which includes the changes to the copyright regime. This approval has been added to the draft law and filed with the Chamber of Representatives. With this approval, drastic changes to the regime, as we currently know it, are coming closer. The legislator

PwC’s Workforce Podcast – The importance of ESG for you and your workforce

3 November 2022

The importance of ESG for you and your workforce ESG plays a key role in the employee value proposition of companies, to attract talent and retain employees. In this context, ESG is an important topic for human resources (HR) and reward practitioners to consider. It also matters because HR and reward directors have a key

PwC’s Workforce Podcast – Employee preferences

13 October 2022

Employee preferences –  how to redesign your Employee Value Proposition?  We are living through turbulent times. The labour market remains tight with a high number of vacancies advertised, and the economic forecast is gloomier by the day. Attracting and retaining talent is high on the agenda of employers – along with cost containment. Raising salaries

PwC’s Workforce Podcast – The 2022 Labour Deal

3 October 2022

The 2022 Labour Deal The Chamber of Representatives has voted the Belgian government’s 2022 Labour Deal into law: a set of labour market reforms that introduce increased flexibility and redeployment measures. The goal of these reforms is twofold: improve employees’ work-life balance and increase the employment rate in Belgium to 80% by 2030. Listen to