The European Recruitment Dashboard is now also available in German, Spanish, French and Polish

As of today, a number of languages have been added to the European Recruitment Dashboard – German, Spanish, French and Polish. These mean that European recruiters can now search in their own languages even more easily for talented individuals.

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The highlights of 2018 for Intelligence Group

2018 was a year of innovation and growth for Intelligence Group. We strengthened our position as market leader in employment market data, added innovations to our products and went international with the European Recruitment Dashboard. Let's take a look back at the highlights of an inspirational and innovative year.

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Europeans rate London top city for work

An impressive 11 million Europeans named London as their favourite city, according to the results of our European study: The Global Talent Acquisition Monitor. London's biggest competitor is New York, followed by Paris and Berlin.

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15 insights into the candidate experience of Europeans

The candidate experience is becoming increasingly important for jobseekers and potential employees when choosing a new employer. What does the target group think is important when looking for a job? And what are the major differences between European countries? 

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The 10 most important insights from the 2018 Job Board Summit

Are job boards dead? Not yet, it's clear – but times are changing. After referrals and rejected candidates, job boards are still the most important recruitment channel in the world. Geert-Jan Waasdorp was in London last week to attend the 2018 Jobg8 Job Board Summit. It's a must for anyone curious about where the market is heading. 

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European Recruitment Dashboard nominated for most innovative recruitment tool

The European Recruitment Dashboard from Intelligence Group has been nominated for an award for ‘most innovative recruitment tool’. That's why, on Monday 5 November, Intelligence Group's Inge Vuik was a guest in the studio for New Business Radio's ‘People Power’. On the programme, she spoke about the nomination.

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Recruiters still aren't approaching the European workforce often enough

The job market is tight these days and there is a shortage of manpower all over Europe. But how often do recruiters actively approach candidates? The Global Talent Acquisition Monitor (GTAM) reveals this is still a too-infrequent occurrence, which means opportunities are going to waste. What's more, there are major differences between countries with regard to how people prefer recruiters to address them.

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Nowhere in Europe do the employment agencies and intermediaries play such an important role in the process of orientation as in the Netherlands

One out of six people of the workforce in the Netherlands explore employment agencies or recruitment agencies for new jobs, which makes the Dutch workforce leader in Europe. Working through an agency is much more in the labour market DNA of the Dutch employee (17.3%) than of the average European employee (9.7%).

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