Duration: One  Day Price: £495 + VAT, €595 / $649

This Employment Law Belgium seminar provides key insights into the employment law framework in this important European market and centre of governance. 

Through a case study approach it equips participants with the skills and knowledge to operate successfully and effectively manage employees in Belgium. Led by Céline Wauters, a lawyer from top firm Eversheds, this seminar will provide advice on the latest changes and key issues HR must be aware of. 


  • Understand the legal framework governing Belgium, including latest developments and law in the pipeline 
  • Learn how to deal with key HR issues appropriately 
  • Learn how to advise colleagues on key aspects of employment law in Belgium 
  • Apply the employment law knowledge learned to real-life scenarios and assess how to deal with practical situations in the most effective and time efficient way 

We offer a discount when multiple bookings are made at the same time - please contact us for details.

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Virtual Duration: One Day   |   Price: £495 + VAT
To pay in another currency, please contact us on +44 (0) 20 7549 2549 or info@bondsolon.com
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Céline Wauters - Eversheds 

Céline obtained her Bachelor in Law at the University of Leuven (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - 2008) and her Master at the University of Brussels, with specialisation in social law (Vrije Universiteit Brussel - 2010). 

During her studies she was Editor in Chief and Member of the Board of the legal periodical Jura Falconis where she was responsible for the finances and organisation of the Jura Falconis Prize. 

Céline is a qualified lawyer at the Brussels Bar. She is fluent in Dutch, French and English. She joined the Eversheds HRPG group in September 2010. She specialises in individual and collective employment law. Céline has particular experience in data privacy issues in the context of the employment relationship. 

She helps both Belgian and international companies with their complex employment issues. These involve, amongst others, restructurings, closure of companies, termination of employment contracts, drafting and reviewing of work regulations and policies, international employment matters, audits/due diligences for multinationals, drafting and negotiating Collective Bargaining Agreements. 

She also has broad experience in litigation regarding these matters on behalf of her clients before Belgian courts.