Personnel management

People: our bedrock in changing times

As a company in the energy sector, Fluxys Belgium is operating in a rapidly evolving market that will be subject to change for a long while as the energy transition continues to take shape. To maintain its success in this context, it is essential for the company to be able to continue to count on skilled, motivated employees and a flexible employability of everyone. The core of our HR policy is therefore all about activating that adaptability in the interplay between people, processes and structures. In this way, Fluxys Belgium will remain ready for the challenges facing it today and we can plan for those of tomorrow.

Flexibly evolving with the changing business environment and new ways of working and cooperating are major challenges for the workforce as a whole. At the same time staff satisfaction levels are high, as shown by the company-wide survey of members of staff in 2016. The survey gauged their commitment and welfare levels and how they view their jobs at the company. The high response rate of 80% was in itself a sign of the high level of staff involvement. Moreover, there was a good overall satisfaction rate, with 80% of participants indicating that they felt involved or very involved within the company.

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