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Aiming for a 9!

Twice a year, we carry out a survey among our clients. In the survey over the past six months, we achieved an average score of 8.5 out of 10. We are very pleased with this great score and all the praising comments, such as:

“Flexible, customer-focussed, service-oriented, good process communication/project management, good price/quality ratio, easily accessible.”

We thank all clients who gave their input!

Flycatcher enchanted by Philharmonie zuidnederland

Finally, on 23 September, the day had come. As main sponsor of Philharmonie Zuidnederland, Flycatcher had been invited to the inaugural concert of Dmitri Liss, in which this new chief conductor enchants the orchestra.

Job satisfaction in the Netherlands is high, despite high workload

Dutch workers who experience high workloads, are nevertheless positive about their jobs and derive greater pleasure from them than their colleagues or other employees. There seems to be hardly any connection between job satisfaction and workload, while there is a strong link with challenges and variation. This phenomenon is particularly clear in the fields of health care and education.

What inspires your employees?

A healthy organisation is continuously improving, innovating and developing. A process that requires inspired employees. Their attitude and behaviour have a huge impact on how your services and/or products are perceived by your clients. Research into work engagement is of vital importance for every organisation. It provides insight into possible bottlenecks, but also shows what works well; it detects threats as well as opportunities for improvements.

National Survey of Care Indicators (LPZ)

Maastricht University, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences / Department of Health Care and Nursing Science

Dutch people wouldn't mind trying the 'cultivated burger'

A series of recent scandals has affected the reputation of meat. When the cultivated meat burger was presented by researchers from Maastricht University, Flycatcher asked Dutch people whether they felt that cultivated meat would be a good alternative.