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Are you a journalist who is looking for information about employment, absenteeism, flexible remuneration, salary or staff policies, engagement in the workplace, diversity, longer working hours or work-life balance? Are you keen to find out about the impact of digitalisation and robotisation on the labour market? And how do you fit freelancers into a team of permanent employees? Are you wondering how companies can optimise their employee deployment? Seeking out trends in human resources in general? Want to know exactly what the situation is regarding labour law? Require clarification on new legislative proposals or laws about employment? Looking to find out more about international employment?

Active in ten countries, SD Worx is the number 2 in Europe and in the top 5 worldwide. Our customer base includes more than 65,000 large and small organisations that are active in a range of industries. As a result, we have a wealth of information about the global workforce.

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SD Worx starts payroll business in Spain and Portugal and appoints Carlos Pardo as Managing Director SD Worx Iberia

13 July 2021

SD Worx, a leading European HR & Payroll services provider, is opening an office in Madrid to expand its activities across Europe. SD Worx will provide payroll and HR services to international organisations who are, amongst other locations, active in Spain and Portugal. Furthermore, SD Worx will start services to the domestic payroll market as well, aiming at local private and public organisations with 250+ employees. With more than 25 years of experience in the Spanish payroll and HR market, Carlos Pardo, the former CEO of Meta4, brings a wealth of experience and a strong leadership pedigree to realise SD Worx’s ambitions in Spain and Portugal.

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SD Worx acquires launch! and strengthens its position in SAP SuccessFactors services

30 June 2021

SD Worx, a leading European HR & Payroll services provider, has acquired launch!, a Dutch company providing SAP SuccessFactors-based implementation, maintenance and outsourcing services. With this acquisition, SD Worx strengthens its footprint in HR cloud & payroll market to better support the digital HR needs of enterprises across Europe.

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Christophe Petit leaving SD Worx Staffing & Career Solutions

28 June 2021

Christophe Petit, who until now managed SD Worx Staffing & Career Solutions, will continue his career outside SD Worx. Christophe Petit laid the foundations to make SD Worx Staffing & Career Solutions a success story. This entity, with focus on the market for flexible work, plays an important role in the overall growth story of SD Worx.

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SD Worx and Vlerick Business School establish strategic partnership to build digital ecosystem for HR

25 June 2021

Leading European HR and Payroll service provider SD Worx is establishing a strategic partnership with the Vlerick Business School to give an extra boost to digitalisation in the HR world. One of the initiatives to help achieve this is the development of a digital ecosystem for the world of work and beyond. SD Worx wishes to go beyond simply providing services related to HR and payroll and is setting up a platform through which external parties can also offer their services. The platform will be accessible from January 2022 and will be the first of its kind in Europe.

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Personal contact is by far the quickest way to a new job

22 June 2021

We most often find a job through a family member or friend. This is what a survey conducted by HR and payroll specialist SD Worx shows. Around 18 percent of employees in Belgium, Germany, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom ended up at their current employer through a personal acquaintance. Newcomers also get their foot in the door through the job page of the company website. It is interesting to note that channels such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter are at the very bottom. Companies are advised to work on employer branding to find the necessary talent, especially now that the economy is gradually picking up again.