Recruitment and selection in Belgium: how to get the ‘job' done
The recruiting and selecting of personnel in Belgium has its own characteristics. What do you need to take into account in order to successfully recruit a Belgian employee? We have some insightful information that will help you throughout the process.
Dutch labour market shortages growing challenge for employers
The unemployment rate in The Netherlands is at lowest level in EU and vacancy rate is at the highest, turning into threats for businesses growth. Labour shortage is now a challenge for 25% of employers – 8 times higher than in 2015 – but for majority of jobseekers is still difficult or very difficult to find a job.
How to recruit in The Netherlands?
An increasing amount of companies are currently located in the Netherlands, particularly in the Amsterdam area. Besides the hundreds of companies coming over from London due to the Brexit, we currently see many businesses from countries such as Australia, China, India and the United States moving their operations to the Netherlands. Because of good logistics, a real quality of life, exceptional healthcare and education, the Netherlands has turned into the main gateway to European talent.
6 tips to recruit talent from Sweden
People from Sweden want to increase their experience and challenge themselves. To attract talent from abroad, it is worth knowing what is important to them. The European Recruitment Dashboard shows that there are many differences between countries: we have listed the most striking ones for Sweden.
Update: New data available in the European Recruitment Dashboard
The European Recruitment Dashboard has been supplemented with new data from Belgium, Germany, France, Poland and the United Kingdom. With this addition, the data has been updated and recruiters will have more insight into the focus group.
7 tips to recruit talent from Poland
Talents from Poland want a good salary and financial bonuses.
To attract talents from abroad, it is worth knowing what is important to them. The European Recruitment Dashboard shows that there are many differences between the European countries: we have listed the most striking ones for Poland.
Lack of skills reason for cross-border recruitment
Half of Dutch recruiters who recruit abroad do so, because there aren’t enough skills available in the Netherlands. Foreign colleagues do bring those skills, but lead to new challenges. Which ones?
Best practice: Scarcity tests result in a more efficient work process
KLM uses data on talent scarcity in different focus groups to allow recruitment to better anticipate the labour market. "We can follow the market developments on a daily basis. This really helps our recruiters with their advice and find those scarce talents," says Anne-Mieke Schildt, Manager Recruitment at KLM, the Royal Dutch Airline with 33,000 employees worldwide.