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September index shows third plus in a row

The Lintberg Index, representing the chances of candidates in the top segment of the labour market, experienced a rise in September, the third month in a row. For September this means an increase of 8 points when compared to August. This rise was mostly caused by the relatively faster rise of total positions in September, […]

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The Paradox of High Potentials

To retain high-potential employees, the conventional wisdom is deceptively simple: Identify, develop, and nurture them. By paying special attention to the very best people, they will stay with the firm and eventually emerge as key leaders. But translating this into action is much more difficult. As the former head of executive development at GE used […]

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Lintberg Index rises to 75 points in April

By Thomas Verbeeck, Managing Director Lintberg The Lintberg Index, representing the chances of candidates in the top segment of the labour market, shown an increase of 17 points in April, ending at 75 index points. A severe rise, which was mostly caused by the large number of new positions as opposed to March. In April, […]

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Lintberg Index takes big leap in January

By Thomas Verbeeck, Managing Director Lintberg The Lintberg Index, representing the chances of candidates in the top segment of the labour market, experienced a growth of no less than 16 points, ending at 81 index points. This significant rise was forecasted in my last notice on the Lintberg Index. Over the years, January has traditionally […]

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November shows little change in Lintberg Index

The Lintberg Index, representing the chances of candidates in the top segment of the job market, showed a decrease of one point in November. Despite the chance of candidates being relatively unchanged, significant news can be reported. The number of new 100K+ jobs in November dropped by more than 20%. Opposed to that, 40% less […]

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