On job satisfaction and success: how Dutch and Belgian employees write new career chapters
Back in the day, you made one definitive career choice in your early twenties and then stuck by it, trying to climb that steep career ladder. But those days are over. Now, careers are long and winding paths, filled with both setbacks and opportunities, where people switch jobs and employers like there’s no tomorrow.
But how do you get a grip on a career like that? How do you deal with all those changes? And how can we, as professionals, advise people on how to keep growing and stay employable, and how to be happy?
In this research paper series, conducted by House of HR, Antwerp Management School, and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, we look deep into what drives employees in Belgium and the Netherlands.
Part one zooms in on career sustainability and mobility.
Part two is all about success and targets.
Part three examines proactive career behavior and regrets.
Download the research papers here.
How to attract, keep and engage Happy Rebels?
The crunch for talent is more real than ever. Attracting, hiring, keeping and developing people is quintessential for organizations that want to grow and prosper. And guess what? It’s House of HR’s daily mission. By introducing the notion of ‘Happy Rebels’, we want to make every individual working for and at House of HR, well, happy. In this white paper, we zoom in on the ways we realize that ambition. Based on the insights from Marion Debruyne, dean at Vlerick Business School, this paper identifies the essential elements to attract, retain and develop the right people for your business.
Jobhunting in Belgium & The Netherlands: What drives and motivates the workforce anno 2021
How do you win the talent crunch? How do you attract the right people who will add value to your company and how do you make sure they stay happily aboard? House of HR commissioned a study into job hunting in Belgium and the Netherlands. These papers (written in Dutch) contain the most remarkable findings regarding the Belgian and Dutch workforce. Along with a handy checklist, it will enable you to better tap into your future employees' wishes and complaints.