Training Session

Nov 16, 2022
11:00 AM


Nov 16, 2022
12:30 PM
Where ?
Arendt House
41 Avenue John F. Kennedy
L-2082 Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Who ?


The objectives of the training will be

  • To Identify the main issues of harassment and discrimination at work
  • To raise awareness of the fight against harassment, discrimination and violence in the workplace
  • To present the main legal provisions on harassment and discrimination (and discuss, where appropriate, the procedures in place within the company)
  • To give concrete examples of what constitutes harassment and discrimination at work.


In this training, the trainer will :

  • Discuss the importance of being informed/trained on the issues of harassment and discrimination at work
  • Present the legal rules on discrimination (criteria, scope, examples)
  • Present the legal rules on mobbing, sexual harassment and discriminatory harassment (criteria, scope, examples)
  • Present the legal rules concerning the prohibition of retaliation
  • Present the main obligations of the employer with regard to harassment and discrimination at work, as well as the means of action available to the employee.


Noémie Haller  (Senior Associate, Employment Law, Pensions & Benefits, Arendt & Medernach)

Target Group

People in charge of Human Resources as well as any person interested in the subject.


1,5 hours 






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Noémie Haller

Noémie Haller is a Senior Associate in the Employment Law, Pensions & Benefits practice of Arendt & Medernach. She specialises in employment, benefits and social security matters. Noémie’s practice encompasses both counselling and litigation in relation to individual and collective employment issues and employee representation. She has been a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 2012. She is a member of the Employment Law Specialists Association in Luxembourg. Prior to joining Arendt & Medernach, Noémie worked at several other law firms in Luxembourg, where she also specialised in employment law. Noémie studied in Metz (France), Trier (Germany) and Luxembourg. She holds a Licence in French-Ger...

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