Can you present your organization in a few words?
“To ensure Luxembourg’s future prosperity, UEL is committed to develop sustainable talent, working closely with all committed stakeholders.”
What actions do you carry out within your organization?
How do you see your organization evolving in the next 5 years?
UEL has been created as an organization in 2000, following the informal comité de liaison patronal. Maintaining Luxembourg as an attractive and competitive environment has since then been an ongoing exercise. To ensure Luxembourg’s future prosperity, UEL is committed to develop sustainable talent, working closely with all committed stakeholders. The priority will be our country’s ability to attract, train and mobilise the talents of tomorrow: individuals, businesses and public-private partnerships that are sustainable, scalable, and committed to the transition towards sustainable development. The outcome on salary and pension indexation, energy subsidies and taxation of the recent national tripartite talks between the Government, the trade unions and UEL have helped households and businesses to overcome the multiple crises. Longer-term, structural responses need to follow on housing, transport, work organization, taxation, digitization and public finances to foster qualitative economic growth in a united green Europe. The upcoming elections at communal and national level in 2023, as well as social and European level in 2024 will provide our citizens the opportunity to set the political direction. UEL will be present to provide insight into the employer world.