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Low-Educated Workers in Belgium – More likely to see their jobs disappear, and less able to take advantage of new job opportunities

The world of work is changing. Technological progress, globalisation and population ageing are having a significant impact on the labour market – not only by creating many new job opportunities and destroying obsolete ones, but also by profoundly changing how most ongoing jobs are carried out. Belgium is likely to be strongly impacted by these … Continue reading

Bosch in Belgium – To cut 400 jobs

German industrial group Bosch will cut up to 400 jobs, or about a third of the workforce at a windscreen wiper factory in Tienen, Belgium, the company said on Thursday. The cuts, which will be implemented by 2020, were a result of increased competition and the aim of making the production process more efficient through … Continue reading

Belgium / Caterpillar plans to cut 1,400 jobs

Caterpillar Inc (CAT.N), the world’s largest maker of construction equipment, plans to cut 1,400 jobs at a plant near Charleroi in Belgium due to high costs and the weak European economy, the group’s Belgian unit said on Thursday. The cuts will come at the Gosselies site just outside of Charleroi, one of the largest Caterpillar … Continue reading

Belgium – 10,000 jobs losses at Ford (video)

OECD | Vocational Education and Training : Strengths, Challenges and Recommendation: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Chile, China , Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Korea, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States (South Carolina and Texas)

The OECD publishes a series of summary sheets on education and training (VET) in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Chile (also in Spanish), China (also in Chinese) , Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Korea, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States (South Carolina and Texas). Each of them deals with strengths, challenges and advances recommendations. Australia … Continue reading

Europe’s banks bleed from Greek debt crisis | Reuters

The scars of Greece’s debt crisis were laid bare in heavy losses from a string of European banks on Thursday, and bosses warned the region’s precarious finances would continue to threaten economic growth and earnings. From France to Germany, Britain to Belgium, four of the region’s biggest banks lined up to reveal they lost more … Continue reading

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