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  1. How to lead in the gig economy

    Date: 10/10/2018
    Category: Opinions
    A record number of individuals in the employment market are no longer working for traditional companies but opt to do ‘gigs’. These are small, individual projects, executed on an independent, autonomous and flexible (freelance) basis. On a global level, the number of ‘gig workers’ is currently estimated at 20% of the active working population. The forecast is that we will reach around 40% by 2025. So how do gig workers function? And what is the best way to manage them?
  2. What if... more women were paid to work?

    Date: 05/10/2018
    Category: Student News
    Three Masters students – Ortwin Huysmans, Robin Dehondt and Lynn Roodhooft – spent a month in Ethiopia supporting SNV, the Netherlands Development Organisation, in a project on gender relations. Under the supervision of Vlerick Professor Smaranda Boros and, locally, Sarah De Smet, they explored the complexity of gender equality in rural Ethiopia.
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