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01 May 2018 / news

Don't give us a hot spring but a warm HR-policy

In an opinion piece in De Tijd, partner Kris De Schutter states that the labor market has changed and that the individual takes a central position today.

Don't give us a hot spring but a warm HR-policy

The unions play an important role, but they threaten to make themselves completely unnecessary. 

Click here to read the full article (in Dutch).


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