Ius Laboris invites you, in collaboration with Vlerick Business School, to a free webinar on 27 February 2015 to share some practical legal approaches on dealing with global reward strategies. Business has gone global, but most HR laws remain - unfortunately - still local.
First, Joris Beernaert (Claeys & Engels) will look at the impact of moving global mobile employees on their pension plan. Second, Sophie Maes (Claeys & Engels) will address some legal issues to consider when setting up or changing global bonus plans.
Ius Laboris is partner in the European “Global Reward Management” training program of the Vlerick Business School, in cooperation with the Ecole de Management de Grenoble and SCP Europe.
- Sophie Maes is a partner at Claeys & Engels, the Belgian member firm of Ius Laboris. She advises national and international clients on various aspects of international employment, labour law and social security law. She has a particular interest in the position of expatriates, temporary staff, global mobility issues, day-to-day labour and employment issues, transfer of undertakings and company restructurings. Sophie is also co-chair of the Global Mobility team within Ius Laboris and works closely with other members of Ius Laboris on transnational employment projects and queries.
- Joris Beernaert advises and litigates on a wide range of HR-related issues. He has a keen interest in subjects such as occupational and statutory pensions, pension funds, medical plans, dismissals and the public sector. Furthermore, he has extensive experience in undertaking due diligence audits and providing advice to clients on the HR aspects of M&A transactions.