Payroll Professional: your first steps

The course of one payroll year, 4 hours per month, 9 sessions per year, Di Rupo I-proof!

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  • € 2635
  • English

  • 9 days


During this training, you will follow the course of a payroll year. Each month, you will know exactly what you need at that particular time. Following the training, you will possess a thorough understanding of personnel and payroll administration and will be able to understand, process and check the monthly payroll. You will be able to answer employees’ questions concerning time credit, annual leave, the payslip, etc. You will be advised on dismissal (e.g. which procedure)  and recruitment  (e.g. which contract). This training will enable you to apply the theory in practice and you can rest assured that the information you receive will be up to date and Di Rupo-proof!

Target group

Payroll employees who:

  • Following a period of absence, are in search of a thorough refresher course, supplemented with the latest changes.
  • Are new to the function of payroll employee and who do not have a sound basic knowledge.


Just in time

You will learn in April how to calculate the holiday pay, as that is when you will need it at work.


This is interactive training. For example, you can make the connection between what you are learning with us and what is happening in practice within your organisation. So don’t hesitate to bring along your own questions and cases.


This training is also a forum for you, in which you are given the space to exchange experiences and learn from each other.


We will not overload you with articles of law or all kinds or decrees and rulings. Our aim is to remain as close as possible to your day-to-day working practice. Accordingly, we will provide you with plenty of practical tips and we will work with real-life cases.


January: The wage calculation looked at in detail
  • How is the employee’s wage composed from gross to net?
  • How do the social and fiscal deductions take place?

February: There are fewer days – what about working hours?

  • What are working hours?
  • What stipulations do you include in the employment regulations?
  • How many hours may an employee work per day/week?
  • How do you calculate overtime?
  • Do you always allow recovery time?
  • From when must you pay overtime?

March: A new spring, a new virus

  • What is the position as regards guaranteed salary during (consecutive)  periods of sickness?
  • What are the rights and obligations of employer and employee?
  • What should you as employer pay in the event of late notification, relapse, failed attempts to resume work?
  • Does the guaranteed salary differ in cases of industrial accidents?

April: Holiday pay is due to be paid out soon

  • Who is entitled to holidays and holiday pay?
  • How do you calculate the number of holidays and holiday pay?
  • How do you deal with a change of employer?
  • What is the situation as regards youth holidays?
  • Can you transfer holidays?
May: Birds lay eggs in May

  • How do you calculate maternity leave?
  • Is everyone entitled to breastfeeding leave?  And what about breastfeeding breaks?
  • What is the situation as regards paternity leave and breastfeeding leave?
  • When may a new mum or dad use time credit or parental leave?

June:  Your company is growing, students have their degrees and you will be busy recruiting

  • Which employment contracts can you use?
  • What clauses should you include in these?
  • What is the situation as regards the first-job obligation for youths?
  • Your personnel are on holiday. How do you work with student jobs?

 October: A new school year and the mothers ask you whether they can work part-time

  • For which courses are employees  entitled to take educational leave?
  • How do you achieve a refund of paid wages?
  • How do you organise educational leave?
  • What forms of part-time work are there in existence?
  • What are the formalities that must be observed?

November: The leaves fall, an employee is let go

  • What possibilities do you have for ending the contract?
  • How do you calculate the period of notice and the severance payment?
  • How do you dismiss someone in the best circumstances?

December: Gifts, year-end bonuses and bridging pension

  • Who can go on bridging pension? From when?
  • What is the income of the bridging pensioner?
  • What interesting advantages are there? You hear a lot about meal vouchers, gifts, expenses, incentives, mobile phones, internet connection, etc.


Jeremy Hertmans

Jeremy Hertmans - Consultant

Jill Everaert

Jill Everaert -

Price € 2635

Prices VAT exclusive

Documentation, lunch and coffee included in the price.