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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Bastiaan Starink appointed Endowed Professor of Labor Market, Pensions and Taxation02nd February 2021
As of February 1, 2021, Bastiaan Starink is Endowed Professor of Labor Market, Pensions and Taxation at Tilburg Law School. The remit of his chair concerns the reform of the collective second pillar of the pension system and the evolving labor market in the Netherlands.
Irmgard Borghouts and Charissa Freese jointly appointed to chair HRM and Social Security01st February 2021
Dr. Charissa Freese and Dr. Irmgard Borghouts-van de Pas will be jointly appointed to the new endowed chair 'HRM and Social Security' as of February 1, 2021. They will each work from their own disciplines and in close collaboration to give substance to the chair established by Instituut Gak.The double chair will be established at the Tilburg School of Social and Behavorial Sciences (TSB) and Tilburg Law School (TLS).
Majority of managers reluctant to hire applicants with mental health problems15th January 2021
A new Tranzo survey of 670 executives in all Dutch sectors shows that a majority (64%) is reluctant to hire applicants with mental health problems. In addition, one in three managers would not quickly hire an employee who has ever had mental health problems, even if those problems are no longer an issue. The publication will soon be published in the renowned journal Occupational & Environmental Medicine (OEM).
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