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L'index mondial des compétences 2015

LABOUR MARKETS IN A WORLD OF CONTINUOUS CHANGE

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Pour la quatrième année consécutive Hays publie en collaboration avec Oxford Economics, l'indice global des compétences Hays. L'indice global des compétences Hays est un rapport détaillé qui mappe les défis dans le marché mondial du travail. Les goulets d'étranglement et l'inadéquation de 31 marchés du travail locaux sont à découvert et les recommandations formulées dans le rapport servent de recommandations pour les gouvernements, les organisations, les institutions éducatives et les autres parties prenantes.

Consultez le rapport complet ici

Country Profile

Belgium’s economy achieved growth of 1.1 per cent in 2014 – inline with what had been expected last summer – and is expected to sustain this rate this year.
While modest, this growth performance looks more impressive given the challenges eurozone countries face.

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Robby Vanuxem, Managing Director, Hays Belgium

Belgium’s economy achieved growth between 0.9 and 1.1 per cent in 2014, which was forecast last year. This growth rate is impressive when you take into account the economic challenges that Europe continues to face. Moreover, growth between 1.1 and 1.3 per cent is expected to continue for 2015/2016, which is very positive, however the ongoing brain drain and high demand for scientific and technical profiles remains an issue for businesses. Recently the Belgian Government announced reforms, the goal of which is job creation, and this will include decreasing employer’s social security contributions and encourage R&D investment.


 

  

Belgian results

The following seven indicators are given equal weight when calculating the overall Index score for each country. Each indicator measures  how much pressure different factors are exerting on the local labour market. Higher scores mean that a country is experiencing more pressure than has historically been the case. Lower scores mean that a country is experiencing less pressure than has historically been the case.

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