‘Road 67’ promotes job-carving and training for older jobseekers in Northern Belgium

Road67-logo The ‘Road 67’ is a ESF-funded project developed in Flanders (Northern Belgium) with the aim to reinclude jobseekers aged 50+ into the labour market. The project developed new tools and methodologies to get this target group back to work. It worked closely with employers to identify jobs for which no applicant can be found and reorganise them through job-carving, so that senior jobseekers could fill these temporary posts after attending some training. This allowed older persons to add a couple of working years to their career, as a bridge before pension age.

Visit the project website (in Flemish): https://www.road67.be/

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