With a mask in Audi e-tron Battery Assembly: Production at Audi Brussels restarted at the beginning of May.

There are 3,033 employees (as of: 12/31/2023) at the Brussels location. Of these employees, 886 work in production-related jobs and 2,147 work directly in production itself. The three workplace languages are French, Dutch, and German.

At Audi Brussels, employee welfare is paramount. A prime example of this is the plant's very own health center. With its Audi Check-Up, it offers a health care program for the entire workforce. Nurses and doctors work there for the health of employees. Audi Brussels is one of the few companies in Belgium that offers this service.

Audi Brussels has a good, productive working relationship with the trade unions. In a joint letter of intent (LOI) from 2007, the board of management and the trade unions defined the framework for good cooperation. An important component is the flexible working time account, which has been in place at Audi Brussels since 2010.

The “Dual Education” program gives students from two partner schools the opportunity to completed part of their education and training on site at the company. Audi Brussels cooperates with the Erasmushogeschool Brussel and the francophone school “Institute Don Bosco” in Woluwe Saint Pierre. The project allows students to accumulate more practical experience during their education. A further goal is to attract more young people in Belgium to technical and vocational courses.

To increase diversity at the site, Audi Brussels has drawn up and implemented a diversity roadmap. In December 2018, Audi Brussels was awarded the Diversity Label of the Brussels-Capital region. Created by the Brussels employment agency in 2008, the award helps companies combat discrimination.

In addition, Audi helps its employees maintain a good work-life balance through the various phases of life by means of individual and flexible working-time models.