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Detailed conferences programme of 17 MARCH 2022:

 

09:00 to 09:45, by PwC Luxembourg - The car policies of tomorrow: issues and impacts

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Location : Salle d'écoute - Ground Floor

Language of the conference :   France

Theme of the conference : Payroll & HR Administration


Summary of the conference :

Following the tax reforms planned for 2023 and 2025 and the new VAT impacts, how will company car policies evolve to face the new ecological challenges and new tax constraints? What will be the significance of cars in employers' remuneration policies?

Caroline Linel and Nelly Mazzarol, experts in Reward and Payroll, will share with you their thoughts on this subject.

Conférence speakers :

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MAZZAROL Nelly - Managing Director - Payroll Services

Nelly Mazzarol has started her career by PwC in 1995 and became Manager in the Personal Income Tax Department in charge of expatriates’ personal income tax returns in 1998.

In 2002, Nelly was appointed Director in the Payroll Service Department, outsourced to Alter Domus in 2003, where she became Partner in 2006, in charge of the Payroll Practice to serve the clients with a team of 15 people.

In 2008, she became Managing Director of Securex Luxembourg, where she managed the HR administration and a portfolio of 400 clients of all sectors.

In 2010, Nelly has joined PwC again, to support the development of the new Payroll and Employee Servicing Practice, with an innovative and qualitative approach in sharing her expertise.

Nelly is a native French speaker, and also speaks English fluently. 

Nelly is specialized in:

Expatriation management and immigration, Luxembourg personal income tax, regulatory matters in payroll, work and social security law, international and cross-border tax and social implications, project management, tool implementation

 

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LINEL Caroline - Senior Manager, People Experience and Change

Caroline Linel is a Senior Manager in the PwC Luxembourg’s People, Experience & Change team. She has been working for PwC since February 2017.

Her areas of expertise include:

Compensation & Benefits, HR Audit, HR Due Diligence, design and implementation of HR systems and policies, Salary Benchmarking, Luxembourg Labour Law, and Time Management.

Indicatively, she has been actively involved in HR Audit projects, HR Due Diligence projects, Remuneration Benchmarks and Club Surveys, and Employee Benefit Plans and Benchmarks.

She holds a MBA from Sacred Heart University, and a B.S.B.A. Finance, and a B.A. French, from Auburn University.  Caroline is American and a native English speaker, and also speaks French fluently. 

Previously, Caroline worked five years collectively at a consulting firm and management firm in Luxembourg.

10:15 to 11:00, by Fiduciaire Cabexco - Optimisation de la paie (Information only available in French)

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Location : Salle d'écoute - Ground Floor

Language of the conference :   France

Theme of the conference : Payroll & HR Administration


Summary of the conference :

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Conference speaker :

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ANORMY Christine - Chartered Accountant - Manager Payroll Services

10:15 to 11:00, by Pulse Remote - Hybrid Work: how to offer flexibility in a cross-border environment?

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Location : Workshop 1 - 1st Floor

Language of the conference :   United kingdom 1

Theme of the conference : Payroll & HR Administration


Summary of the conference :

A big shift to hybrid work model is underway for many organisations all over the world. All surveys show most people do not want to go back full time in an office and employers are happy to offer flexibility.

The hybrid model has significant benefits, but this transition brings multiple pitfalls to be addressed in every organisations, in particular when your workforce includes cross-border commuters or mobile employees.

With the rise of remote work, the foreign tax authorities will increasingly be requesting evidence of the presence in the country of work, raising the likelihood that remote workers and their employers will find themselves in the spotlight. 

During this conference, we will dive into the hybrid model with an eye on tax implications and explore solutions to be implemented for a successful practice.

Conference speaker :

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AREND Geoffrey - Founder

Geoffrey Arend has 14 years’ experience working as a finance professional in Luxembourg.

He is currently CFO of a FinTech and Pulse Remote’s founder, a solution to simplify the hybrid work model.

 

 

11:30 to 12:15, by Pétillances - Facilitating the return to on-site and hybrid work

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Location : Salle d'écoute - Ground Floor

Language of the conference :   France

Theme of the conference : Safety, Health and Well-being at work


Summary of the conference :

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, companies have been faced with unprecedented challenges. Most organizations and workers have been dealing with it for over a year and a half now.

Today, a new challenge is emerging for companies that have experienced a period of extended home-office: getting their employees back on site with peace of mind.

Between a potentially anxiety-provoking additional change and the desire to return to "life as it was before", how do you position yourself as an employer? What are the points of attention that allow you to accompany and retain your workforce? How to implement an hybrid work organization?


Come and discover it during this conference!

 

Conference speaker :

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BAUMANN Chloé - Occupational Psychologist - Deputy Director

Chloé Baumann is Deputy Director and Occupational Psychologist at Pétillances.

After completing her studies at the University of Strasbourg, she wrote a dissertation on the optimization of psychosocial risk assessment. She then published an article in a scientific journal on the methodology of measuring psychosocial risks in companies.

She is currently working on the different levels of prevention of these risks in companies located in and around Luxembourg.

11:30 to 12:15, by Luther - The right to disconnect

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Location: Workshop 1 - 1st Floor

Language of the conference:  United kingdom 1

Theme of the conference: Labour Law


Summary of the conference:

Every employer must ensure the safety and health of its employees. This general obligation has become particularly important in view of the increasing digitalisation of business communication and the development of teleworking.

In this context, many employees continue working beyond the hours specified in their employment agreements. This practice, whether voluntary or in response to an employer’s more or less explicit requests, can have consequences on employees’ physical and/or mental well-being.

As a result, the Luxembourg legislator presented Bill n°7890 in order to include in the Luxembourg Labour Code articles related to employees’ right  to disconnect.

Conference speaker :

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ALBERTI Thomas - Lawyer

Thomas Alberti is a Senior Associate and a member of the Employment Law practice of Luther’s Luxembourg office.

Thomas focuses on contentious and non-contentious employment law aspects, such as establishing and terminating employment contracts, cross-border employment issues, staff representation, employee benefits, and collective agreements. 

He has also gained experience in litigation and in matters pertaining to corporate law and bankruptcy law.

13:00 to 13:45, by IEDRS - Harcèlement moral, du déni à la réalité (Information only available in French)

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Lieu : Salle workshop 1 - 1er étage

Langue de la conférence :   France

Thème de la conférence : Harcèlement moral


Résumé de la conférence :

Aujourd’hui dans le monde du travail, les cas de harcèlement moral et de discrimination ne sont malheureusement pas rares et souvent lourds de conséquences, à tort ou à raison, tant pour l’employeur que pour l'employé. Ce phénomène peut toucher absolument tout le monde : hommes, femmes, juniors, seniors, subordonnés, et même supérieurs hiérarchiques. Le harcèlement n’est pas forcément le fait d’un individu isolé, mais peut résulter d’une technique de management, d’une manière de gérer l’entreprise ou une équipe.
Pour cela, il est important d’être capable de décrypter les profils et techniques d’un harceleur, d’anticiper les profils des victimes et repérer les agissements susceptibles d’amener à une situation de harcèlement.

Et si ce n'était qu'une question de ressenti?

Dans le but de comprendre les fonctionnements psychologiques liés à cette thématique sociétale, cette conférence vous montrera l’importance de l’aspect émotionnel lié à une situation conflictuelle et vous donnera des premiers outils pour mieux identifier, prévenir et combattre le harcèlement moral.

Conférencier :

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BOS Christian - Directeur Fondateur

Christian Bos est médiateur professionnel et expert en traitement des situations de harcèlement en entreprise. Il a exercé depuis plus de 10 ans, en qualité de juge à la chambre sociale, ce qui lui a permis de bien comprendre les problématiques du harcèlement moral, harcèlement sexuel et sexisme.

 

13:00 to 13:45, by Brucher Thieltgen & Partners - Amendments to the employment contract

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Location: Workshop 1 - 1st Floor

Language of the conference:  France

Theme of the conference: Labour Law


Summary of the conference:

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Conference speakers :

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BENA Marie - Partner,  Lawyer

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WAGENER Catherine - Senior Associate

 

14:15 to 15:00, by Edenred - Digital payment: the new normal

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Location : Salle d'écoute - Ground Floor

Language of the conference :   United kingdom 1

Theme of the conference : Fringe benefits


Summary of the conference :

The health crisis that we have been experiencing for almost two years has a lasting impact on our payment habits.

"Contactless" and "mobile" payments are breaking new records every month.

Meal vouchers are no exception to this development.

 

Conference speaker :

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EL HAMOUCHI Youssef - Marketing and Strategy Director of Edenred Belgium & Luxembourg

Youssed El Hamouchi is the Marketing and Strategy Director of Edenred for Belgium and Luxemburg.

Within the Edenred Group, he has led the digital evolution of Ticket Restaurant in Belgium and in France.

Since 4 years he conducts a deep review of the digital ecosystem and product offering.

14:15 to 15:00, by eSST & Pétillances - Psychosocial risk assessment: how to do it?

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Location : Workshop 1 - 1st Floor

Language of the conference :   France

Theme of the conference : Safety, Health and Well-being at work


Summary of the conference :

While the great majority of occupational risks benefit from assessment methodologies whose effectiveness are widely recognized today, the measurement of psychosocial risks is still quite enigmatic.

Even though they are known to strongly echo individual perceptions, is it possible to treat psychosocial risks objectively?

What comparison is possible with other risks?

Is it possible to get a coherent set of risks?

Come and join us during this conferent to find it out.

Conference speakers :

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SCHOLER Eric - Project Manager OHS

Eric Scholler has a Masters degree in human resources management and communication and works on the assessment of psychosocial risks in multidisciplinary teams.

 

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BAUMANN Chloé - Occupational Psychologist - Deputy Director

Chloé Baumann studied in Strasbourg where she wrote and published a thesis on the optimisation of PSR assessment. Today, as an occupational psychologist, she works on their prevention levelshe methodology of measuring psychosocial risks in companies.

She is currently working on the different levels of prevention of these risks in companies located in and around Luxembourg.

15:30 to 16:15, by SFAPEC - New in Luxembourg : Come and discover what the SFAPEC in Luxembourg can do for you !

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Location : Workshop 1 - 1st Floor

Language of the conference :   France

Theme of the conference : Coaching


Summary of the conference :

Coach yourself or looking for a Coach ? Come and discover what the SFAPEC in Luxembourg can do for you ! 

The team will handle the following points :

- What is the mission of SFAPEC in a world of perpetual motion, where coaching is of particular importance ?

- What is the added-value for HR Professionnals to work with coaches who are members of the SFAPEC ?

- Why professional coaches should affiliate to SFAPEC ?  

Conference speakers :

SFAPEC Luxembourg Members of the Board

Isabelle SPANNAGEL, Sophie CAMPIONE, Damien PORTOLANO, Carole PRIGENT

 

 

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