Training at work
Occupational groupsVan Hool is part of the technological industry and just about all technical disciplines are involved. There are no conveyor belts or routine tasks, just fascinating and varied jobs from some 120 different occupational groups. This is hardly surprising if you look at the diversity of vehicles produced here. Our employees can look back with pride on their contribution to the origination of our products that have subsequently found their way to all corners of the world.
"Diversity is discovering the similarities in the differences."
No "men's professions"
Increasing numbers of women are finding their way into the metal sector. This positive trend is the result of training projects that mean occupations such as electrician, machine operator, fitter or welder are no longer the preserve of men.
Employees of foreign origin
There few better ways to integrate someone into our society than working with them. More than 200 foreign people of 35 different nationalities are at work on our shop floor.
Each year between 50 and 100 graduates find their way to our workshops and offices. But motivated employees older than 45 or even 50 can also get down to work at our company. The combination of both these groups ensures a healthy mix of youthful dynamism and experience.