Testimonials

 Veerle Van Nuffel  

Arjen Juurlink, FrieslandCampina
Sr. Compensation & Benefits Specialist

“Very informative! The programme is both analytical and practical – a rare combination − which will make my work a pleasure. It focuses your thoughts and teaches you to look at reward policies from a well-thought-out strategy. I’ve been taken to a higher level, and my job has been given greater depth."

Veerle Van Nuffel 

Veerle Van Nuffel, Attentia
Compensation & Benefits Manager

“What I liked most about this programme is that theory and practice are combined throughout. You receive Prof Baeten’s very useful information and insights, combined with input from experienced practitioners. We also had the opportunity to get to know our fellow participants, colleague Comp & Ben professionals. This enables you to discuss how other organisations tackle reward policy and all related issues. In short, anyone who wants to stay up-to-date in the world of Compensation & Benefits should not miss this programme!"

Hannelies Slabbynck 

Hannelies Slabbynck, Brussels Airport Company
Compensation & Benefits Manager

“The Compensation & Benefits Programme provides deep insight into the various aspects of Compensations & Benefits in a relatively short time. There is good alternation and balance between theory and practical experience. The programme makes you think, and it’s highly applicable to your own organisation. In addition, I really appreciated the interaction among the participants – I was able to expand my Comp & Ben network considerably! So I would recommend the programme to everyone involved in Compensation & Benefits.”

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