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Retaining staff is greatest challenge for SMEs
Employers

Retaining staff is greatest challenge for SMEs

30 September 2022 Annelies Baelus

What are SMEs' greatest HR challenges today? Acerta, ETION and VKW Limburg asked 500 Belgian SMEs. What turns out to be the case? Not attracting but retaining employees is number one on the list of hr challenges for the second half of 2022. How do SMEs plan to keep their employees committed to their organisation? You can read about it in this blog.

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Reintegration pathway 2.0: new regulations from October 2022
Employers

Reintegration pathway 2.0: new regulations from October 2022

29 September 2022 Miet Vanhegen

The reintegration pathway for disabled workers will be changing from 1 October 2022. The changes are part of the broader reform plan around dealing with the long-term sick. We are providing you with an overview of the main new features of the reintegration pathway 2.0.

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High energy bills and rising inflation: what can companies do?
Employers

High energy bills and rising inflation: what can companies do?

08 September 2022 Ellen Van Grunderbeek

Rising gas and energy prices are confronting employers and employees with high energy bills. Companies are looking for solutions to meet these challenges. What is legally possible and permissible?

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Five tips to improve your retention
Employers

Five tips to improve your retention

07 February 2022 Hannelore Van Meldert

The labour shortage is making itself felt in Belgian companies. Bringing new talent on board is no easy task, but retaining employees at your company is not easy either. How can you improve your retention? How do you keep talented employees in your company? Discover our five tips.

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Increased well-being and better holiday planning? Consider thematic leave
Employers

Increased well-being and better holiday planning? Consider thematic leave

15 April 2021 Niels Van Hellemont

Due to the extra long Easter break, the number of holiday admissions rose by almost 23%. This seems a lot, but in reality it is low: the holiday share accounts for only 1.5% of the total work volume. However, your employees would benefit from good holiday planning, and so would you as an employer.

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