The future of work: what’s next? The world of work is developing rapidly. The digital revolution had already increased the pace of change, and the impact of COVID-19 has only added fuel to fire. The pandemic showed us that companies are ready and willing to truly embrace flexible and remote working. Indeed, across industries
Transform Your Tomorrow: Tech-enabled HR Transformation @H. Essers Listen on how H.Essers transformed and digitised their HR operating model successfully, globally during a period where we all were impacted by COVID-19. Rather than solely implementing a new cloud HR system, H.Essers decided to go for a holistic approach where they harmonized HR processes across
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,
Certain taxpayers, who have been living and/or working in The Netherlands, may decide to move their residency from The Netherlands to Belgium and retire in Belgium. Over the years, there has been quite some discussion and uncertainty in the Belgian fiscal landscape with respect to the taxation of Dutch AOW pensions, paid to tax residents
In our newsflash of 16 February 2018 we referred to the notifications that have been sent by the Dutch tax authorities (since the end of 2017) to pensioners who are tax residents of Belgium and who receive EUR 25,000 or more per annum under a Dutch pension scheme. In these letters, the Dutch tax authorities
Since end of last year, about 1,300 pensioners who receive benefits of EUR 25,000 or more per annum under a Dutch pension scheme and who are resident in Belgium have been notified by the Dutch tax authorities that the exemption these pensioners enjoyed as regards Dutch wage tax withholding over such benefits is withdrawn effective