Fondé en 1986, le Laboratoire d’Etudes sur les Nouvelles formes de Travail, l’Innovation et le Changement (LENTIC) est un centre de recherche et d'intervention de l'Université de Liège, centré sur les processus d'innovation organisationnelle.
The workshop takes place during the International Francqui Chair and will be organized at HEC Liège on Thursday 14th December afternoon (1.30 – 6 pm).
Organizers: François Pichault (Ulg) and Ive Marx (University of Antwerp).
The access is free but registration is mandatory.
- The unemployed facing work. Problematic meanings of non-standard employment (Marc Zune, Catholic University of Louvain & Didier Demazière, CSO-Paris)
Is mental health at baseline a predictor for a smooth transition to employment? A two-year follow-up study of Brussels youth (Kelly Huegaerts & Christophe Vanroelen, Free University of Brussels)
- Activation as the opportunity to be outsiders: Minimum income scheme beneficiaries engaged in public works (Silvia Girardi, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research/KU Leuven, Valeria Pulignano, KU Leuven & Roland Maas, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research)
3.15.-3.30 pm: break
- The public intermediation on the labour market in the French speaking part of Belgium: a process of jobseekers compliance? (Laura Beuker, University of Liège)
- Activation of persons with disabilities. An analysis of the perspective of professionals in supported employment programmes (Stefan Hardonk, Iceland University, Eline Jammers & Patrizia Zanoni, University of Hasselt)
4.30-5.00 pm: final comments by Steven Vallas (Northeastern University, Boston), Ive Marx (University of Antwerp) and François Pichault (University of Liège)
Address: 14 rue Louvrex, 4000 LIEGE
room N1b-1711 (follow the signs in the main hall and from the parking)