Social dialogue - part 2: up there

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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...

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Social dialogue - part 1: the terrible divorce

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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...

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Investing in ‘workable work’ for executives pays off, even in spades

Expertise

Starting January, Peggy will introduce a new blog series based on her contributions to 'In the mood for another social dialogue'. In this series, she will translate theory to the concrete and...

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Jobs of the future: death knell or opportunity?

Opinion Expertise

The concept of the “Future of Work” is gaining traction, not just in academic discussions and institutions, but in enterprises and labor negotiations as well. It’s a thought that can create panic...

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Greater autonomy at work reduces stress and increases a sense of meaningful employment

Current events

“One in three employees experiences stress at work1”, the newspaper headlines recently announced. Greater autonomy at work is mainly being touted as the solution. This is a great idea, as far as...

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Hot topic: Feasible (or is it flexible?) work

Feasible and flexible work is high on the agenda of the minister as well as the social partners at the moment. The social dialogue is no longer only about the salary and labor conditions, but it...

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