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'Inclusive HRM in practice' by Gemma van Ruitenbeek, MD of CIAO

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In this webinar, you learn more about the features of an inclusive organization and how an organization can become (more) inclusive.

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The gap between the demands and supply of talent is increasing caused by a misfit between the required knowledge and skills for the jobs offered and knowledge and skills of available people on the labour market.

In this introduction session, we will focus on how you can bridge this gap from the organizational point of few, how you can unite various perspectives in the rearranging process of tasks and responsibilities in order to better align roles with the changing challenges of work organizations, and how an organization can  employ a divers, productive and sustainable workforce. ‘In a nutshell’, we will present what the features of an inclusive organization are, and how an organization can become (more) inclusive.

This webinar makes part of the transnational project 'Job redesign, a key to inclusion' of the European Social Funds , call 481. The Flemish partners are Odisee, University of Applied Sciences, Stebo and Mentor vzw. Our transnational partners are UWV Werkbedrijf Zuid-Limburg in the Netherlands and Dobre Kadry in Poland.

About the speaker: Gemma van Ruitenbeek is working as researcher at the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience of Maastricht University. She is currently working on a PhD project on the validation of the Maastricht Work Capacity Monitor, an instrument that helps to support employees who are unable to participate in the current labour market independently. Next to that, she is the managing director of the Centre of Expertise for Inclusive Organisations (CIAO). CIAO is an institute of Maastricht University and is founded in cooperation with the Dutch Social security Fund (UWV). CIAO offers a platform of knowledge to all parties working professionally towards promoting sustainable participation in the labour market, both for those working and those searching for jobs, and especially those who are not able to participate in the current labour market independently.

Her expertise is twofold:

- directed at (re)organise work in such a way that both for those working and those searching for a job, can participate sustainable in work;

- directed at monitoring van de work capacity those who are not able to participate in the current labour market independently.

Target audience: job coaches, employment mediators, route counsellors , researchers, policy makers and every actor with a key role or interest in the employment of disadvantaged groups.

Practical: You'll receive the meeting link of this online event in the month of April. We recommend you to sign up between 10:15 and 10:30. The presentation will last about 1 hour, there will be 30 minutes for questions and answers.

Don't forget to check our other webinars:

- 'Strategic Human Resource Management' by Prof. dr Charissa Freese (Tilburg University, The Netherlands) on the 07th of May at 10:30 a.m. (CEST, GMT+2)

- 'Inclusive HR Business Case' by Prof. Bart Moens (Odisee University of Applied Sciences, Belgium) on the 10th of May at 1:00 p.m. (CEST, GMT+2)

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