Recruitment and selection in Germany: salary as the main lure

Recruitment and selection in Germany: salary as the main lure

German employees are loved through the entire European continent. And understandably so, German personnel is generally highly-educated, punctual and ‘gründlich’. And of course they are well accustomed to their own language and culture. But how do you find the German employee that suits your company?

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On-boarding: How to welcome your Belgian employee?

On-boarding: How to welcome your Belgian employee?

As an employer you need to ensure your new employee feels comfortable working for your company. Particularly so when cultural differences may arise, as could be the case when hiring new Belgian personnel. What would your ideal on-boarding strategy then look like?

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Top 10 UK job boards in 2019: Indeed by far preferred among jobseekers in the UK, but losing ground

Top 10 UK job boards in 2019: Indeed by far preferred among jobseekers in the UK, but losing ground

When you are looking to recruit in the United Kingdom, it is difficult knowing where to start. In large part due to the huge amount of available job sites. Where to place your job ads to attract the right candidate? With a large supply of job boards out there, it is important to know how they all score - so you have one less thing to worry about when recruiting.

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7 tips to recruit talent from Greece

7 tips to recruit talent from Greece

Talents from Greece want a good salary and the opportunity to present themselves during the application process. To attract talents from abroad, it is worth knowing what is important to them. 

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Top 10 German job boards 2019: Indeed.de moves into the top spot

Top 10 German job boards 2019: Indeed.de moves into the top spot

You are desperate for new German recruits, but where do you place the advertisement in order to find the right candidate? Monster.de is the most popular job board among all Germans, while Indeed is the leading job board among active job seekers.

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Recruitment and selection in Belgium: how to get the ‘job' done

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.

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Dutch labour market shortages growing challenge for employers

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.

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How to recruit in The Netherlands?

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.

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