Training Session

Mar 7, 2023
10:00 AM


Mar 7, 2023
12:00 PM
Where ?
Arendt House
41 Avenue John F. Kennedy
L-2082 Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Who ?


Participants who attend overall 6 hours will gain solid knowledge of the legal framework concerning the staff delegation. They will get a very good grasp of the practical questions possibly arising about the relations between the employer and the staff delegation.

Furthermore, they learn about the role of trade unions and about negotiation of collective agreements. 

The session is part of the 3-module training "Interaction with employees' delegates and with trade unions".

Participation to all 3 sessions is recommended but not mandatory. 


Module 2: 

Protection of staff delegates 

  • Protection against retaliation and discrimination
  • Protection against the unilateral modification of the contract
  • Protection against dismissal
    • Principles and sanctions
    • Exceptions
    • Contract termination in case of gross misconduct
  • Protection of their competences and attributions
    • Civil consequences
    • Criminal sanctions

The representative in charge of Health & Safety at Work

    • Missions and competencies
    • Means of action

The representative in charge of Equality & Diversity 

    • Missions and competencies
    • Means of action


Jean-Luc Putz (Partner, Employment Law, Pensions & Benefits, Arendt & Medernach)

Target Group

Human resources professionals, lawyers specialising in company law, or anyone with HR responsibilities.

(Note that the session as presented above does not address members of the staff delegation).


2 hours 

Point of attention

The session is part of the 3-module training series on staff delegation/ trade unions. Participation to all 3 sessions is recommended but not mandatory. 





Should you attend all 3 episodes (module 3 follows also in March 2023) we apply a rebate of 100 € to the overall budget (same person of an organisation).


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