Audi Brussels currently employs 2,513 people (as of December 31, 2015). Of that total, 798 people work in production-related areas and 1,715 people work directly in production. With an average age of 44.2 years, the employees have worked an average of 19.8 years at Audi Brussels. The three working languages are French, Dutch and German.
At Audi Brussels, there is a focus on the employees, as shown by the plant’s own health center. It offers a preventative program for the entire workforce: the Audi Check-Up. Experienced nurses and doctors work to maintain and improve the employees’ health and help to recognize any risk factors at an early stage and to counteract them. Audi Brussels is one of the few companies in Belgium that offer this service.
Audi Brussels cooperates closely with the trade unions. In a letter of intent in the year 2007, the management and the trade unions together defined the framework conditions for good cooperation. An important element is the so-called work-time account, which has been in use at Audi Brussels since 2010. Previously tested at the Audi sites in Germany, it offers the company and its employees significantly more flexibility.