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Just under six out of ten (57%) white-collar workers working during the lockdown period are doing so from home. Four out of ten (41.6%) had never done this prior to the outbreak of COVID-19. This has become apparent from the first results of a survey conducted by Cass Business School (London), IESE Business School (Barcelona) and HR service provider SD Worx. The survey was conducted in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom, and focused on salaried white-collar workers.
European road champion and world madison champion Amy Pieters and the 20-year-old talent Lonneke Uneken have extended their contracts with the Boels-Dolmans women's cycling team. For the next two and four years respectively, Pieters and Uneken will sport the colours of the best women's cycling team in the world. Starting from 1 January 2021, this team will continue as the SD Worx Cycling Team.
Olympic champion Anna van der Breggen and her colleague Chantal Blaak have extended their contract with the Boels-Dolmans cycling team and will therefore continue to part of the team with SD Worx as the new main sponsor. Van der Breggen will continue to be active as a rider in 2021 and will again focus on the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year. In the three years that follow she will continue to be involved with the team as a team leader/coach. Blaak will be riding for the team that wears the colours of SD Worx until the spring of 2022, and will then also join the team leader's car until the end of 2024.
Antwerp, April 9, 2020 – SD Worx announces the acquisition of Adessa Group, a technology consulting firm offering HR software in the cloud and associated services. The acquisition underpins SD Worx' growth and innovation strategy and will help organisations in their transformation towards efficient HR processes and a digital workplace. This challenge is now more relevant than ever before for many employers.
The situation around the COVID-19 virus is evolving rapidly and is impacting all of us. At SD Worx, we are taking our responsibility seriously and we are taking the necessary measures to ensure full operational continuity of our business.