Voice and translation technology used to increase the potential of the Dutch workforce

Voice and translation technology used to increase the potential of the Dutch workforce

The innovative webapp HOOOOP creates opportunities for the Dutch labour market by enabling refugees, illiterates, immigrants, and anyone that cannot read or write the Dutch language well to apply for a job via voice and touch technology.

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Recruit everywhere with innovative how-to-recruit tooling

Recruit everywhere with innovative how-to-recruit tooling

Are you challenged with recruiting engineers in Barcelona, nurses in Germany or IT specialists in Belgium, and are you looking for labour market information to target them more precisely? Get more insight with the how-to-recruit-tool!

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10 tips on how to recruit international talent effectively

10 tips on how to recruit international talent effectively

In order to find your target group you need in-depth knowledge about this specific group. This includes information about their behaviour and about how and where to find them. This is extremely important if you want to recruit successfully. In this blog we provide you with ten tips on how to recruit international talent effectively.

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Acquiring work experience and better standard of living most important drivers to work in the Netherlands

Acquiring work experience and better standard of living most important drivers to work in the Netherlands

Acquiring work experience and having a better standard of living are the most important drivers for foreign people who want to work in the Netherlands. Acquiring work experience is especially an important driver for the international mobile workforce from countries near the Netherlands like Belgium, Germany and Austria.

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European Cities start war for EU talent

European Cities start war for EU talent

Paris is the most preferred city among for EU talent if we do not taken London into account as of the Brexit. Also for talent that is willing to leave London/UK is Paris number 1, followed by Berlin and Rome, that are the second and third most preferred European cities.

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‘We should not be speaking about data, but focusing on answers’

‘We should not be speaking about data, but focusing on answers’

A pencil could be used for drawing, but it might also serve as a weapon. The same principle applies to recruitment data, according to internationally acclaimed analytics expert David Bernstein. ‘If you keep asking the wrong questions, you will never get the right answers.’

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