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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Male and female stereotypes may have a negative impact on business performance
New research by Hans van Dijk and Marloes van Engen (Tilburg University) shows that assumptions and stereotypes about men and women may have a negative impact on the performance of organizations. Removing prejudices with Human Library initiatives could be a solution.
Overview of ‘Scientific Strengths’ Tilburg University
What are the research topics that Tilburg University wants to be associated with? What is our research profile? The Vice-Deans for Research have, together with the researchers, have reflected on these questions. The outcome is presented in the recent publication 'Scientific Strengths'.
Workers’ rights in cross-border mergers of firms
Since the passage of the 2005 EU Directive on cross-border mergers of limited liability companies, mergers between firms based in different countries have become an increasingly important form of corporate reorganization in Europe. These mergers have great significance for workers’ rights to information, consultation and participation.
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De Databank Arbeidsmigratie biedt een actueel overzicht van beschikbare kennis over de internationalisering van de arbeidsmarkt in Europa
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