When it comes to employment, Luxembourg companies must comply with its local legislation which is the Labor Code, but also with all EU directives related to this kind matters. The Luxembourg Employment Law was enabled in 2006 with the main purpose of providing specifically for labor contracts and situations arising from them. Previously, work relations between employers and employees and labor contracts were governed by the Civil Code in Luxembourg.
Foreign investors seeking to open companies in the Grand Duchy, can count on our Luxembourg company formation agents for assistance.
All companies in Luxembourg hiring employees are required to make their offer based on a labor contract. The employment agreement must be written and must contain several elements which will distinguish it from other contracts. A Luxembourg labor agreement must contain:
The law recognizes two types of employment contracts in Luxembourg:
It must be known that managers and directors of companies in Luxembourg do not fall under the category or usual workers, therefore they will not abide by the Employment Law. Our company registration representatives in Luxembourg can offer more information on employment conditions for company managers.
Foreign citizens are also allowed to work in the Grand Duchy based on a work visa. No matter whether the employees are residents or foreign, all employment contracts signed and registered in Luxembourg must contain the following:
For complete information on the registration of employment contracts, please feel free to contact our company incorporation consultants in Luxembourg.
Contact our specialists in company formation in Luxembourg, who have a large experience in finance and international business.
Set up an appointment with us at (+352)278 617 15. Alternatively you can incorporate your company without traveling to Luxembourg.