• 07 / 11 / 2017

    Les seniors “prêtés”, ça marche !

    In times where we need to work longer, how can we make sure that older employees stay motivated? How can we mobilize them? How can we stimulate their innovative mindset? Experience@Work came up with a solution: older employees get the opportunity to offer their skills to another organization with maintenance of renumeration.
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    Source: La Libre Belgique

  • 07 / 11 / 2017

    Co-sourcing is oplossing voor langere loopbanen

    A study by SD Worx reveals that people aged over 50 active in co-sourcing learn from their new role and bring added value to the company.
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    Source: HR Magazine

  • 07 / 11 / 2017

    Bedrijven laten ervaren werknemers aan de slag gaan bij andere organisaties

    From Proximus to Child Focus, with maintenance of renumeration? Experience@Work makes it possible for mature employees.
    ‘A lot of people aged over 50 are in a gilded cage.’
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    Source: De Standaard

  • 17 / 08 / 2016

    Service provider KMO-Portefeuille

    As of August 2016, HazelHeartwood has become official service provider for KMO-Portefeuille.

    Click here for the certificate.

  • 08 / 05 / 2014

    Bedrijven wisselen hun oudere werknemers uit

    People aged over 50 get the opportunity to share their knowledge and competences with other employers through interim assignments. In this way, we want older employees to stay motivated until their retirement. This is the intention of the remarkable project Experience@Work.
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    Source: HR Square

  • 07 / 05 / 2014

    AXA, Belgacom en KBC leggen de basis voor Experience@Work, een innovatief project voor 50-plus medewerkers

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    Source: SDWorx Publicaties

  • 01 / 02 / 2014

    HazelHeartwood in the Book of Sabine Denis

    Sabine Denis, director of the Shift, has written a book on sustainability: Value2. HazelHeartwood is described on page 84 of the excellent new book, as one fine example of Social Innovation, combining social results with sound business.

    Book, published February 2014

  • 20 / 11 / 2013

    Bank of the Future brochure

    Sixteen students in Economics, Business and Law of KULeuven, Solvay Brussels School and the University of Gent, all part of the Generation Y, were asked the following question: “How would you design a bank for the year 2020?”

    The outcome of an intensive six-months process was a design of the retail bank for the future. It is a cooperative bank, acting mostly as a facilitator for its customers. The customers take decisions on such matters as investment strategies in an interactive manner. The Bank of the Future operates mainly via the internet and social media. It will also be cashless, without cash machines and offices (or only a very limited number).

    The project was initiated by HazelHeartwood and supported by Febelfin, KPMG and NautaDutilh.
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  • 19 / 09 / 2013

    HazelHeartwood valoriseert ervaring

    Two years ago HazelHeartwood started its consultancy activities from a specific angel: valorise the experience of senior managers by matching them with teams of younger consultants.
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    Source: Trends