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  • humans are more important than machines.

    humans are more important than machines.

    Günther Ghijsels is CIO & CDO with Randstad Group Belgium. He considers technology in the workplace a challenge for company culture. ‘Technolog...

    category: flexibility & labour market, human forward

  • what will a production worker do in 2030?

    what will a production worker do in 2030?

    Patrick Slaets is a chief data analyst with technology federation Agoria and involved in the study Shaping the Future of Work. ‘The future of produ...

    category: flexibility & labour market, human forward

  • what will a teacher do in 2030?

    what will a teacher do in 2030?

    Dr Annelies Raes (IMEC-KU Leuven research group ITEC, campus KULAK Kortrijk) studies how technology can support both students and teachers. ‘By 203...

    category: flexibility & labour market, human forward

  • what will a trainer do in 2030?

    what will a trainer do in 2030?

    Upon completing her neuropsychology major, Katelijn Nijsmans went into education. Today she is running educational agency The Tipping Point togethe...

    category: flexibility & labour market, human forward, training

  • opinion: what will you be doing tomorrow? - Katrien de Kinderen.

    opinion: what will you be doing tomorrow? - Katrien de Kinderen.

    One cannot open a newspaper these days without reading about jobs set to disappear. And of course, digitisation will impact tomorrow’s jobs. Jobs w...

    category: flexibility & labour market, human forward

  • returning to work after a serious illness: tips for employers.

    returning to work after a serious illness: tips for employers.

    ‘Keep in contact with your sick employee, avoid breaking all ties’, is the advice of Katrien Kerckhove, HR manager at Randstad.

    category: strategic talent management

returning

to work.

Getting back to work after long-term absence is no easy task. We bring 5 inspiring stories from people who battled their way back to the labor market despite a strong hole in their CV. Because with an open view of employer and employee, there is a lot that can be done.

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employer branding,

a passing hype or here to stay?

In an ideal world, the best employer would also be the most attractive one. And subsequently, it shouldn’t have a hard time finding the right talent and keeping them at the company. Unfortunately, the self-image of the employer often is not the same as how the outside world sees their company.

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award 2018.

Janssen Pharmaceutica has emerged as the winner for the 4th time.