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The Gosselin Happiness Team puts a smile on everyone’s face

At Gosselin, we know that happy colleagues contribute to a productive and positive work environment where, in addition to a competitive salary package, extras are part of the basic benefits we offer. This was why the Happiness Team was set up in 2019, and its mission is to ensure that everyone feels valued within the Gosselin family.

“The Happiness Team operates at a Belgian level,” explains Kirsten Fasoel, who has been there from the beginning to guarantee smiles among her colleagues. “We are also happy to show the same appreciation to our Dutch colleagues. This involves a total of almost 700 colleagues we’re happy to give a little something extra to on a regular basis. We also include internal employees. Why do we do this? Because we can!”

An initiative was set up a while back to send fruit baskets to all of the departments every month, a team effort we started with A Fruitful Office. Around the Easter and Sinterklaas holidays, there is invariably candy on everyone’s desks; Verloren Maandag (Lost Monday) is an Antwerp tradition that we honor in our offices, and we always come up with a fun idea for the beginning of the summer. Anniversary or retirement? These auspicious occasions are always celebrated with a meal and/or drinks.

“We started out with a limited budget and boxes of candy we always put together ourselves,” Kirsten recalls. “The Happiness Team has since grown to become a regular fixture at Gosselin and we are always on the lookout for great ideas to emphasize our appreciation for our colleagues.

Happiness Team
Are you full of fantastic ideas and does it make you happy to make others happy? If so, the Happiness Team would be happy to have you on board! Feel free to contact HR ( if you’re interested in joining in on the fun with Kirsten and the others!
About Gosselin Group 

Gosselin was founded in 1930 and employs 800 co-workers that generate more than 350 million euro in turnover. The headquarters of Gosselin are located at the Albert Canal in Antwerp, Belgium, and its inland terminal connects the port of Antwerp-Bruges with the European hinterland. The company has 56 offices in 34 countries and has a strong presence in Europe, Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia. The Gosselin Group consists of two divisions: Gosselin Moving and Gosselin Logistics.  

Gosselin Moving offers international moves for multinationals, expats, diplomats, military personnel and private persons.  

Gosselin Logistics provides logistics services to businesses: transport solutions, customs formalities, warehousing and terminal operations, and industrial projects for heavy machinery and exceptional transport.

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