Expertise Center Next Generation Work
Extended duration of working life, robotization, digitalization, computerization, changing demands and standards ofemployees, … The current labor model is constantly changing and presents organizations, employees and society ingeneral with major challenges.
The Expertise Center Next Generation Work is involved in research and counselling on current and future challenges for the labor market: innovative labor organization, sustainable HRM and sustainable careers. Together with our partners we create a sustainable vision on work, emphasizing the importance of co-creation and taking into account the vision of all stakeholders. That is why we focus on the individual/employee, the team, the organization and the ecosystem at large. Through state-of-the-art academic and practice-oriented scientific research in collaboration with several partners and stakeholders, we develop practical recommendations and solutions to face the challenges of the labor market of the future.
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‘Talent on Demand – A Supply Chain Perspective on Talent Management’ – Master Class with Peter Cappelli
Peter Cappelli (The Wharton School) will talk about how a supply chain perspective and and will enhance your talent management. Cappelli will be...
Co-sourcing is een inventieve manier om het probleem van langere loopbanen aan te kaarten, is . Zo kunnen senior werknemers van een bedrijf ingezet...
February 04, 2018 by Peggy De Prins
At the end of 2018, a new book by AMS professor Peggy De Prins‘Social Dialogue: opportunity or agony?’ (‘Sociale dialoog: kans of kwelling?’) will be published by ACCO. Leading up to this publication, Peggy uses everyday experiences to reflect on the content of her book.
December 15, 2017 by Peggy De Prins
Starting January, Peggy will introduce a new blog series based on her contributions to 'In the mood…
November 29, 2017 by Ans De Vos
We all must, and we all shall, be employed for a longer period of time. Thereby, the question arises…
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