Author: Jean-Philippe Cordier

Jean-Philippe Cordier has been a lawyer at the Brussels Bar since 1992. He is currently the Managing Partner at Younity. He advises Belgian and multinational corporations in both individual aspects of employment law and in collective employment law. He specialises in the field of co-determination within large firms and in all matters relating to well-being in the workplace. He is a chief lecturer at the University of Brussels (ULB), where he teaches medical/social employment law and the employment aspects of business management (Solvay Business School). In a subsidiary capacity, he also teaches individual and collective employment law in the Faculty of Law. On top of that, he is chief lecturer at the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL), where he teaches the legal aspects of psycho-social well-being at work as part of the MCC in risk management. He has written several reference works in the field of social law. Jean-Philippe holds a licentiate in law (ULB, 1991) and a special licentiate in social law (ULB, 1993).

Séminaire Beci : Les risques psychosociaux au travail : approche pratique et jurisprudence récente

Jeudi 4 mai 2017 de 13h30 à 17h Les risques psychosociaux au travail s’invitent chaque jour davantage dans la gestion des ressources humaines. Stress, burn-out, conflit, harcèlement, … sont autant de signes révélateurs d’un malaise grandissant au travail. Comment appréhender ces ... Read More