Belgium - Works council manual on financial reporting - February 29, 2016

The social partners have contributed to the production of a works council manual on economic and financial reporting. The brochure, published by the Royal Institute of Auditors starts with a chapter that explains the role of the works council vis-à-vis the auditors. A works council has the right to receive economic and financial information in order to develop fundamental insight into the financial, social and economic situation of a company. The other chapters have the character of a guide with good practices for the social dialog in a company related to these issues.   



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