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Labor Market

Labor market

The European labor market is struggling because of the economic crisis and an aging working population. How do we make sure everybody will be able to participate?



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  • Interview Jan Cremers BNR radio: Host country principle has to be strengthened 10 Mar 2017News Interview Jan Cremers BNR radio: Host country principle has to be strengthened

  • Successful conclusion to first Brabant Robot Challenge 25 Jan 2017Background Successful conclusion to first Brabant Robot Challenge
    In the unlikely event you had not noticed: robots are here to stay. We should welcome rather than fear them, Ton Wilthagen firmly believes. Wilthagen is Professor of Labor Market Dynamics at Tilburg University and the initiator of the Brabant Robot Challenge. On the final day of this challange, January 16, 2017, five student teams pitched their ideas for using robotics in care.

  • Crying at work could damage your career, study suggests 22 Dec 2016News Crying at work could damage your career, study suggests
    If you've ever cried at work, you may want to hold back the tears. Researchers say crying on the job may hurt your credibility, and even damage your career. The studies by Dutch researcher Niels van de Ven suggest crying at work changes the way a person is perceived by colleagues. "What we see is that someone who cries is seen as warmer, but also as less competent," says van de Ven on the Canadian radio station CBC.

  • Withdraw transport license in case of social fraud 24 Nov 2016News Withdraw transport license in case of social fraud
    To prevent abuses in the transport sector compliance and enforcement should not only be applied in the social field. After the uncovering of an artificial arrangement, for instance, the penalty must be the withdrawal of the license that regulates the entrance to the sector.

  • Being nice at work does not narrow gender pay gap 23 Nov 2016Direct link Being nice at work does not narrow gender pay gap
    According to a report entitled “All employees are equal, but some are more equal than others” published in the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, dominant women are more likely to receive a higher salary than their more passive counterparts.



  • Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement
    Theme: Pensions, aging and retirement
  • Research Institute for Flexicurity, Labour Market Dynamics and Social Cohesion
    Theme: Flexicurity, labour market dynamics, and social cohesion


Most viewed Experts Labor market

Muffels, R.J.A.
Name prof. dr. R.J.A. (Ruud) Muffels
TS Social and Behavioral Sciences
Sociology
Position Full Professor
Room M 613
Phone +31 13 466 3523
E-mail ruud.j.muffels@tilburguniversity.edu
Wilthagen, A.C.J.M.
Name prof. dr. A.C.J.M. (Ton) Wilthagen
Tilburg Law School
ReflecT, Research Institute for Flexicurity, Labour Market Dynamics and Social C
Position Full Professor
Room M 610
Phone +31 13 466 2473
E-mail wilthagen@tilburguniversity.edu
Houwerzijl, M.S.
Name prof. dr. M.S. Houwerzijl
Tilburg Law School
Department of Labour Law and Social Policy
Position Full Professor
Room M 608
Phone +31 13 466 3781
E-mail m.s.houwerzijl@tilburguniversity.edu
Bekker, S.
Name dr. S. Bekker
Tilburg Law School
ReflecT, Research Institute for Flexicurity, Labour Market Dynamics and Social C
Position Onderzoeker
Room M 615
Phone +31 13 466 8979
E-mail s.bekker@tilburguniversity.edu

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