In the white paper "The COVID-19 crisis as catalyst for innovation for flex and intermediary job market", Intelligence Group and HRlinkIT explain in a few steps how you can be the very best, digitally.
Offering an MSP (Managed Service Provider) service used to be pretty straightforward. Manage suppliers, have a good Vendor Management System (VMS) in place, run the program efficiently. This is changing rapidly. The possibilities data and tooling offer, the talent shortage, the ever increasing complexity in regulation, it all leads MSP clients to expect more from their providers. For providers themselves it means they have to expand their services. All these changes in the MSP market are explored in the white paper ‘Trends and External Factors driving the MSP market 2020-2021’ published by Intelligence Group.
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.
Congratulations, you've found a fantastic international candidate. The most difficult part of the recruitment process seems to be over. However, now it's time for the negotiation phase. Not to mention, the candidate still has to accept the offer. What elements are considered most important by European candidates? And how do you create a win-win situation? This whitepaper gives you insights into the differences between European candidates.
To recruit talented candidates in Europe, you can use G!ant, but immediately afterwards the question arises as to what you should do once a candidates applies. One way to consider the recruitment process is by looking at the candidate experience. This is very important for applicants when choosing an employer.
The candidate experience whitepaper gives you insights into the differences between European candidates. There are fifteen different topics that the whitepaper brings up from the candidates perspective. For example almost half of the European candidates thinks personal feedback after application, is very important. However there are big differences between countries. This and more insights can be found in the whitepaper.
In our city reports you'll find labour market data about cities in Europe, like Florence, Rotterdam, London, Brussels. See how popular these cities are amongst working people in Europe and why they want to work in this city.
On average, job boards aren't seen as particularly sexy; in fact, now that they've been around 22 years, they're practically old-school. And if job boards are complacent, that assessment will be correct – as they themselves agree. Adoption of new technology in the recruitment industry plays out at a Champions League level. Download our paper now : Job board developments