Employment law really covers all aspects of professional life. Experts from various fields therefore shed light on the relationships between employers and employees. What are the trends, what is the impact of technology and how can we make work better for everyone? These are just a few of the topics that will be discussed.
How can HR managers today anticipate tomorrow’s young people entering the labour market?Tom Palmaerts is a business futurist and trendwatcher. He is a partner at research firm Trendwolves, which researches trends among young people worldwide for customers such as Coca-Cola, Samsonite, BNP Paribas Fortis, Nestlé, Telenet, Bacardi, the City of Antwerp and Toyota.
How can employers combine an ‘unfair advantage’ with good employee relations?Carole Lamarque is a marketing expert and the CEO of DUVAL UNION Innovative Marketing.
Five recommendations for business leaders preparing for the labour market of the future.Saskia Van Uffelen is Digital Champion for Belgium since 2012 and CEO Ericsson Belgium and Luxembourg.
Cyberdanger: every employee is a potential risk for leaks.Eddy Willems is an internationally-respected security specialist.
The impact of start-ups on the labour marketEric Kenis, Consultant, Coach & Author in (growth) entrepreneurship
A look at the future of labourJo Caudron, founding partner of Duval Union Consulting
No need for revolution on the labour marketKatleen Weytjens, founder/journalist at HRM news site WisKeys
Towards an inclusive robot societyBram Vanderborght - Robotics Professor VUB | Hendrik Van Brussel and Joris De Schutter
Why employers and employees should work together to fight colon cancer.Luc Colemont - Managing Director Stop Colon Cancer and Gastroenterologist
Plea for more democracy in the works council.Paul Soete - Consultant Industrial Relations
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