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

This Employment Law Luxembourg course will provide you with key insights into the employment law framework in this important European market, in which increasing numbers of British and international companies are establishing a significant presence.  

Thoughtful explanations of local employment law and best practice, with concrete case examples, will equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to operate effectively in the Grand Duchy. Led by lawyers from one of Luxembourg’s most respected law firms, the course provides advice and guidance on the latest changes and key issues which HR professionals need to be aware of. 

Learning journey: 

  • Understand the legal framework in Luxembourg, including latest developments and law in the pipeline 
  • Deal with key HR issues appropriately 
  • Advise colleagues on law and best practice 
  • Apply legal knowledge to real-life scenarios 
  • Assess how to deal with practical situations in the most effective and time efficient manner 

If you would like to attend this course, please call +44 (0)20 7549 2549 or email info@bondsolon.com. We offer a discount when multiple bookings are made at the same time - please ask for details.

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Philippe Schmit - Arendt & Medernach 

Philippe Schmit is a Partner in the Employment Law, Pensions and Benefits practice of leading law firm Arendt & Medernach in Luxembourg. 

He advises employers on employment law applicable in Luxembourg, and all aspects of the employment relationship, including: recruitment and employment contracts; individual and collective dismissals; restructuring and reorganisation; mergers and takeovers; and workplace discrimination. 

Philippe’s advice also encompasses compensation and benefits schemes; share option plans; pensions; and all matters pertaining to ex-pats and business immigration. 

Philippe is a Member of the Luxembourg Bar and the Employment Law Alliance and is fluent in English, French and German, as well as in Luxembourgisch.