Advancing technology, new business models and the changing expectations of clients are altering the entire value chain.
At PwC Legal, we see change as an opportunity for our clients and us. We believe in harnessing all the benefits that technology has to offer. Legal Technology (LegalTech) allows us to deliver better, more efficient and more comprehensive services to our clients, and helps us enriching the work environment for our talent.
When faced with a crisis, organisations struggle with its complexity, rapid evolution, the lack of information, coordination and decision-making. In times like these, you want a partner that knows what to expect, what an authority can and cannot do and that can safeguard your rights from the start. The good news is that organisations that are well prepared and have identified their partner for times of crisis upfront often emerge stronger than before from a crisis situation.
Tap into our legal expertise with the Crisis App—24/7 crisis support, only a few clicks away. And don’t hesitate to contact us for a free demo.
At PwC Legal, we’re always developing new ways to support clients in their day-to-day activities. We believe in harnessing the power of digital technology to boost efficiency and enhance performance. That’s why we’re proud to announce FAST—the best way to make your initial social security assessment quick and painless. This free online tool is the first of its kind to reach the market!
FAST is designed to make life that little bit easier for global mobility professionals. With a few simple questions, the tool will identify which social security legislation applies to a given situation. Whether salaried or self-employed, cross-border workers within the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland can find out what they need to know quickly and easily.
Find the relevant social security legislation for cross-border work in the EEA and Switzerland here!
Having doubts about whether you need to appoint a Data Protection Officer? Unsure of what Article 37 of the GDPR means for your organisation?
Our short questionnaire will help you gain clarity. Find out whether you need a Data Protection Officer in a matter of minutes!
As 31 December approaches and the Brexit transition period comes to an end, you should be aware of what this implies for UK citizens currently employed in Belgium. From an immigration perspective, it implies that UK nationals who are not protected by the withdrawal agreement will be treated the same way as other third-country nationals from 1 January 2021.
To evaluate if you’re ready for the post-transition period, we invite you to try out our free assessment tool. The tool allows you to evaluate the progress you’ve made and identify what further measures are required to prepare your business and employees for the upcoming changes from an immigration perspective.