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Antwerp, 13 August 2020 - SD Worx labelled 'leader' in Cloud HR Transformation category for second year running. This was the result of leading analyst firm NelsonHall's annual market analysis. SD Worx's Cloud HR Transformation services are praised for, among other things, the many years of experience offering both HR implementations and HR services.
British 19-year-old Anna Shackley has signed a two-year contract with the SD Worx Cycling Team (currently competing under the name of Boels-Dolmans). From 2021, this talented young rider will be part of the best women's cycling team in the world.
The corona crisis has given rise to exceptional working conditions and everyone is dealing differently with the lack of face-to-face contact now that everything is done digitally wherever possible. Of the five stages of grief that occur after a sudden change, acceptance is the most common. Of those surveyed, 77% indicated that they are making the best of the new work situation without face-to-face contact with colleagues. The new balance requires an approach that takes the needs of the employees into account. These were the findings of HR and Payroll Provider SD Worx after a survey among local 2,500 white-collar workers.
Antwerp, 16 June 2020 – Olympic champion Jolien D’Hoore has extended her contract with the current Boels-Dolmans team by one year. This means she will be riding for the new main sponsor SD Worx in the new Olympic year of 2021. Ten-time road champion Christine Majerus from Luxembourg is also staying with the team. Majerus is extending her contract by two years. Olympic champion Anna van der Breggen, European champion Amy Pieters, former world champion Chantal Blaak and Dutch talent Lonneke Uneken also previously extended their contracts with the best women's cycling team in the world. They have all set the tone for what is to come.
10% of employees feel that their competencies are obsolete in the workplace. They believe that their capabilities are no longer in line with the company's developments. Particularly employees who have been with the organisation for a long time engaging in everyday routine tasks think this way. This has become apparent in a study conducted by Antwerp Management School in collaboration with newspaper De Tijd and HR service provider SD Worx.