The future of work

Responding to the rapidly changing labour market

The way we work and want to work is changing considerably. New technologies are altering our working environment at an unprecedented pace, requiring more and more 'flexibility' from workers in order to remain in demand in the labour market. In addition, younger generations are demanding greater diversity in the workplace and a different work-life balance.


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The right people with the right skills

If organisations wish to cope with disruptive developments, they have to make sure they have and retain the right employees with the right skills. That is why it is important that they actively focus on employee satisfaction and that they give their staff enough scope to keep up with the changes in the work process.

Lifelong learning

This too requires adaptability from students and educational institutions. Is your organisation agile enough to respond to the rapidly changing competencies? And how do you facilitate employees regarding lifelong learning?

New World, New Skills

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People and organisation

In an international world, employees are becoming increasingly valuable in making a real difference.

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