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Senior Associate Employment Law - Antwerp/Ghent office

Keen to embark on a legal career with a great team and in an international environment that enables you to continue to learn and grow? Then we have the job you are looking for! As a member of our Employment Law team, you'll be part of a multidisciplinary practice within PwC Legal.

PwC Legal is an independent law firm, providing a full range of business law services for both national and international clients. All our people share a commitment to providing our clients legal advice that is business-minded and practical. We strive to create a fun and inspiring atmosphere and a place to work where everyone in our team can develop their potential to the fullest.

You will join one of the biggest employment law teams on the Belgian market combining commercial acumen and client advice on all kinds of individual and collective labour law issues. Your possible team members are experts in compensation & benefits matters and in international employment schemes and are also highly involved in restructuring projects, merger & acquisition deals and social inspections.

Your tasks

As a Senior Associate Employment Law, you will work on various client assignments related to (inter)national employment law in the broad sense, including social security and compensation & benefits but also social inspections and international employment structures like secondments or salary splits. More specifically, you will deal with staff related actions, dismissals, contracts, policies, flexible reward programs, etc.

You will also coach junior consultants in their projects, and you will review their work before final review by management. 

We analyse the client’s challenges from different angles. Therefore, you will work closely with other colleagues from various disciplines. 

We have this opportunity in our Antwerp/Ghent office.

Your profile

  • You have a master's degree in law, preferably with a major (or, alternatively, an outspoken interest) in employment law ‘sociaal recht’/‘droit social’), or a second master's degree in this legal discipline.

  • You have acquired up to 3 to 4 years of experience in employment law in a similar position.

  • Fluency in Dutch and English is a must.

  • You are a real team player and like to invest in your colleagues.

  • Having lots of energy and drive, and a client-oriented service provider is a plus! 


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