Bram Fleuren is a PhD-candidate working on the multidisciplinary project ‘Sustainable employability of healthcare employees’. The project combines insights from the fields of Work and Organizational Psychology (FPN), Occupational Epidemiology (FHML) and Labour Economics (ROA) in order to identify the factors that influence sustainable employability of healthcare employees. The project is part of the research program ‘Sustainable Healthcare’ at Maastricht University’s FHML department (CAPHRI, HSR). Before starting on his current project in February 2014, Bram worked as a consultant at the recruitment and selection department of BeteoR in Eindhoven. Bram obtained a MSc degree in Social/Work and Organizational Psychology (cum laude, 2012) and a BSc degree in Psychology and Society (with distinction, 2011), both from Tilburg University. Main areas of research interest include occupational health psychology, personnel psychology and social psychology.