PwC’s Workforce Podcast – Equal pay and the upcoming reporting directive. Are you ready?
The European Unequal Pay Day is set this year on November 15th. As from this day, women will work “for free” in comparison to men until the end of the year. But what are the main challenges if we speak about the gender pay gap and how can companies deal with it? During this podcast,
PwC’s Workforce Podcast – The importance of ESG for you and your workforce
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
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
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
Belgian special tax regime: Royal Decree regarding the content of the form to apply for an extension
Previously, the forms to request the application of the new special tax regime applicable for incoming taxpayers & researchers were already issued. A new Royal Decree of 1 September 2022 (published in the Belgian Monitor on 19 September 2022) provides more information on the content of the form that will have to be used in
How to deal with shareholders’ dissent on say-on-pay?
Most companies held their annual general meeting for the financial year 2021 by now. At this occasion, shareholders expressed their view on the company’s pay practices through their advisory vote on the remuneration report and, where appropriate, their binding vote on the remuneration policy. What if shareholders acceptance in their policy and/or report voting is
Tax Authorities have issued circular (FAQ) relating to remuneration received from related foreign companies
Since 1 January 2019, a reporting obligation arises in the hands of Belgian companies for benefits granted/paid by a related foreign company to employees and company directors by reason of or at the occasion of their professional activity exercised on behalf of such a Belgian company (e.g. typically share-related remuneration but it also concerns other