Lack of skills reason for cross-border recruitment

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?

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7 tips for recruiting talent from Romania

7 tips for recruiting talent from Romania

To attract International talent, it is useful to know what they find important. Romanians are mainly driven by a good salary and they expect compensation for irregular hours. The European Recruitment Dashboard shows that there are many differences between European countries: we list the most striking ones.

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Where can you find Software Developers in Europe? And more important...how can you recruit them?

Where can you find Software Developers in Europe? And more important...how can you recruit them?

There are over a million (1,072) Software Developers working in Europe, based on data from Intelligence Group and Eurostat. They are not easy to recruit in any European country, but in one country you are more likely to find someone than in another. In 4 of the 28 countries measured, the difficulty is measrubale almost at the highest level (9,8). When you compare this with Sweden, Ireland and Croatia (quite difficult to recruit), it seems almost easy to recruit in these counties...

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Recruiting across Europe: cultural differences and the influence in the application process

Recruiting across Europe: cultural differences and the influence in the application process

Cultural differences have a very important role in international recruitment. In order to ensure that the candidate experience and the onboarding of the candidate is optimal, it is useful to get acquainted with the cultural differences, rituals and customs between the different countries. Knowing these differences makes recruitment more powerful and increases the chance of success when you, as a recruiter, are able to respond to them.

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Florence popular amongst 195,000 European women

Florence popular amongst 195,000 European women

The Italian city of Florence is especially popular to work in, among European women. This city was chosen as a favourite by 319,000 Europeans, of which 195,000 were women. Florence mainly competes with other major cities such as Rome and London on the international labour market, according to our European research: The Global Talent Acquisition Monitor.

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Who are Romania's most favourite employers? The ninth largest country in the European Union

Who are Romania's most favourite employers? The ninth largest country in the European Union

Microsoft is Romania's most favorite employer. Second place is Google, followed by Orange. The most striking thing is that there is only one Romanian company among the top ten favourite employers.

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Care sunt angajatorii preferați din România? A noua cea mai mare țară din Uniunea Europeană

Care sunt angajatorii preferați din România? A noua cea mai mare țară din Uniunea Europeană

Analizând din perspectiva pieței muncii (internaționale), noi am aflat care sunt cei mai populari angajatori pentru forța de muncă românească. În top 10 se găsesc multe companii internaționale, pe primul locul situându-se Microsoft, pe locul doi Google și pe locul trei Orange. 

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The attractiveness of the most favourite companies within the European labour market

The attractiveness of the most favourite companies within the European labour market

Intelligence Group has researched ‘the attractiveness of the most favourite companies within the European labour market’, based on the results of the Global Talent Acquisition Monitor (GTAM). 

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