PwC is one of the world’s largest providers of assurance, tax and legal, and business consulting services. We believe that the best outcomes are achieved through close collaboration with our clients and the many stakeholder communities we serve. So every day, 161,000 PwC people in 154 countries work hard to build strong relationships with others and understand the issues and aspirations that drive them.
Within our HRS department we offer multi-disciplinary approaches to complex challenges with professionals from across the full HR arena. Our solid grounding in areas such as tax, legal, compensation, benefits, pensions and HR data metrics is the bedrock of our evidence-based approach to consulting with clients.
Within our HRS department our experienced HR legal professionals can provide creative and innovative solutions to all your HR law problems. We will put at your disposal all our knowledge and understanding of national and international social security law, employment law, immigration law, and personal tax.
Indeed, immigration services, too, are part of our HR Law practice, and—in collaboration with our international network—we can help you with a wide range of expatriate issues, including family members, work permits, professional cards, residence permits and related issues such as driving licences.
It is becoming increasingly common for a country’s immigration, social security, employment law and tax authorities to communicate with each other and share information. It is essential to make sure that there is total consistency in the presentation of the employee’s position from an immigration, social security, employment law and income tax compliance perspective. As our immigration specialists work within our HR Law team, and so this combined approach is guaranteed with certainty and all aspects of their move to Belgium is looked at.