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Intelligence Group empowers recruiters to help them find the right talent. For every labour market-related question, Intelligence Group provides the most up-to-date information about supply and demand based on the largest European labour market study. With more than 15 years of experience in (international) recruitment data, we provide you hands-on data about where and how to find talent for smarter recruitment and relocation decisions.
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Intelligence Group is an international Data & Tech company in the field of labour market and recruitment data. We focus on collecting, storing and enriching labour market-related data for the purpose of improving the recruitment of employees (or staff) by employers and increasing international mobility. This data is made available to our clients via reports, innovative online dashboards and APIs.
Growth with double digits, providers broadening their service offerings, clients from new industries, and a competitive landscape that is shifting rapidly. In a market where everything is moving as rapidly as seems to be happening in the market for Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), it can be a challenge to keep check of all developments. These developments are therefore explored in the white paper ‘The start of a new decade for the RPO market 2020-2021’ published by Intelligence Group.
Whether it is short-term or long-term, working abroad seems like a very attractive perspective to most. A different culture, a different climate, new career possibilities - plenty of reasons why a move abroad can be so enticing. It does, however, raise an interesting question: do those who want to work abroad feel different about the job market? Based on recent job market behaviour research by Intelligence Group, this article will attempt to answer that very question.
Indeed is the nummer 1 jobboard among active job-seekers in Belgium, according to the Global Talent Acquisition Monitor (GTAM). Among employers and intermediaries, the VDAB, the public employment service of Flanders, was the most used jobboard. To compare, we have listed the supply and demand of the top 10 most-used job boards.