The future of mobility: what about the company car? Sustainable mobility is high on the agenda of governments, employers and employees. Increasingly employers are re-evaluating their approach. How can they change their attitude to mobility, and above all, that of their employees? An employer’s mobility vision can be a competitive differentiator, and incorporating ESG
Assessing the true value of payroll Payroll is one of the most critical functions in managing and remunerating a workforce and it is often an organisation’s largest expense. With the current COVID-19 situation and the need to have a good overview of costs and expenses at their fingertips, many organisations are looking into payroll optimisation.
A series of podcasts tackling the key issues organisations face today regarding their most important asset: their workforce We’re delighted to announce the launch of PwC’s Workforce Podcast series. Our PwC experts will tackle the key issues organisations face today on their most important asset: their workforce. Last year, working remotely became the new standard,
In our newsflash dated 6 May 2020, we informed you about the extended say on pay of shareholders introduced by the Revised Shareholders’ Rights Directive (SRD II) and implemented into Belgian law for Belgian quoted companies. Remuneration report: extended transparency on individual pay disclosure & pay ratio Shareholders have their word to say on the
On 12 February, the Minister of Finance, Mr. Vincent Van Peteghem announced that some fiscal support measures will, further to the Covid-19 pandemic, be extended. One of these measures relates to the home working allowance. Since the government thinks that many companies will continue encouraging home working after the Corona Crisis, the tax-free allowance for
The CO2-emission is and remains key when taxing cars in Belgium. In a previous newsflash, we’ve already explained which CO2-emission (NEDC, NEDC 2.0 or WLTP) should be used for tax purposes in the coming year(s). Now, also the National Social Security Office (NSSO) has confirmed that, in absence of new legislation, they will keep following
In our newsflash of 28 August 2020 we announced the extension of the mutual agreement between Belgium and Luxembourg, which includes a “force majeure tolerance” for cross-border workers in relation to COVID-19 (travel) restrictions.
As mentioned in our newsflash of 9 june 2020, the federal government has agreed that employers will be able to grant consumption cheques to their employees to support the sectors most affected by the corona crisis. On 22 October, the Belgian Tax Authorities have published an administrative guideline clarifying some practicalities for employers to offer