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Pioneering Employer

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Pioneering Employer

De Lijn, Antwerp Management School and Jobat are jointly launching the Baanbrecht Werkgever charter. This charter gives organizations a framework and an extra incentive to embed hybrid work and new mobility in a policy where the employee is central.

Project partners Jobat, De Lijn
Duration June 01, 2020 - December 31, 2022
Contact person Peggy De Prins, PhD

De Lijn, Antwerp Management School and Jobat jointly launched the 'Pioneering Employer' charter. This charter gives organizations a framework and an extra incentive to embed hybrid work and new mobility in a policy where the employee is central.

The charter also wants to be the start of a dialogue on hybrid work and new mobility. A dialogue on different levels: between organizations, between organization and employee, between organization and trade union partners and between organizations and political stakeholders.

In the Pioneering Employer' charter, the employee is central. The initiators Antwerp Management School, De Lijn and Jobat want to have a positive impact on the well-being of employees.

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BW 2

Panel: The City as Pioneering Employer – Hybrid working: how do you put your employees at the center?

Three Antwerp Management School professors, Peggy De Prins, Kathleen Vangronsvelt and Koen Marichal, are challenging the general managers of four Flemish cities and OCMWs with daring questions. They need to come up with an answer to these challenges:

  • How do they try to present themselves as a good employer to their employees, knowing that good employment is highly dependent on a changing context. COVID-19 was such a changing factor, how do they handle this?
  • The pandemic had a significant impact on the sense of belonging among employees. What are they doing to restore that connectedness?
  • Are executives working together among themselves and learning from each other? How are they establishing a space of not only hard work and lots of pressure but also of learning together?

You'll find the answer to this questions and more tips and tricks concerning the topic in this panel (in Dutch).

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Function: Academic Director Master in HRM & Research ‘Next Generation Work'

Phone: +32 3 265 44 79

Function Academic Director Master in HRM & Research ‘Next Generation Work'
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