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Are you a journalist? Please find below an overview of all press releases regarding Vlerick Business School. Of course, we are also open to your specific requests. Would you like the opinion of a professor on a certain topical event? Would you like to interview our dean or one of our students? Are you looking for the latest trends in HR, marketing, finance, IT or other management domains? Would you like to stay up-to-date on recent research? Contact our Press Relations Officer.

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  1. EASI and Torfs are Belgium’s Best Workplaces 2015

    Date: 10/03/2015
    Category: Press Releases
    EASI and Torfs are number 1 in the top 10 of Belgium’s Best Workplaces 2015. The high rankings obtained by the two companies are mainly due to their employee satisfaction levels. This is because the result of this annual, large-scale study by Vlerick Business School in collaboration with the Great Place to Work® Institute Belgium and media partner Jobat is based on an employee survey which determines two-thirds of the final score.
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  2. Market for buying and selling Belgian businesses is on the rise

    Date: 29/01/2015
    Category: Press Releases
    The investment climate both for buying and selling Belgian SMEs improved further in 2014, a year that also saw an increase in the number of businesses for sale and the number of interested buyers. “Far more capital was available in 2014”, explains Miguel Meuleman, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School. ‘The crisis that inhibited the market is also behind us. Lastly, businesses that made it through the crisis with good figures are easier to sell.’ But there is also a downside. Tougher competition and an increase in prices mean that investors are finding it increasingly difficult to make good deals and achieve a high return. Expectations for 2015 are ultimately optimistic.
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  3. Employees want more flexibility with benefits

    Date: 14/12/2014
    Category: Press Releases
    In general, benefits are fairly well aligned in terms of supply and demand. The leading benefits are pensions, hospitalisation insurance, meal vouchers and training. Green measures and childcare are rare, and opportunities for working from home could also be improved. The most striking conclusion is that people want greater flexibility. This does not only mean choices and the alignment of benefits with personal circumstances, but also flexibility as to how the bonus is paid out. Finally, it appears that understanding of benefits is lower than it should be.
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