Which benefits can
I offer to my employees? As an employer, will I have to pay social
contributions on the benefits I chose, and will my employees be taxed
on them? Do the social security administration and the tax
administration always classify benefits the same way? Your options may
also be affected by these new labour and social law measures announced
by the new federal government:
An employer social contribution base rate of 25%, two months guaranteed wage period in case of incapacity, and retirement at age 67.
Luncheon vouchers? Company car? Mobile phone subscription? Gym subscription? Representations fees? Bonuses? What are the conditions and the thresholds?
Join this interactive and practically driven seminar with Hugues Thibaut from Group S, to learn more about the new government measures, and to assess which benefits package is the right one for your employees and your business.
Group S is a single point of contact for the creation of enterprises, a social fund for self-employed and an accredited external payroll office. It has 900 employees and 33 offices: 15 in Flanders, 2 in Brussels, 15 in Wallonia and 1 in Paris. Group S handles 500.000 payslips per month and has 80.000 clients.
International Affairs Manager | Group S Payroll provider and Business Portal
Hugues Thibaut is Head of Group S’ International Department since 2011. He advises clients on how to start up their activities in Belgium (branch, subsidiary, representation office) and how to optimize their salary policy (e.g. social contribution reductions and fringe benefits). He also deals with employee mobility matters, such as posting, salary splits, and expat regime. Before joining Group S, Hugues worked as EU affairs adviser and later HR Manager of a Brussels-based, international association. Hugues has a degree in European law from the University of Louvain (UCL) and a degree in Management from the Brussels Business school (Ichec), and has also studied in Sweden and The Netherlands.