Recruitment costs on average 4,494 euro

Recruitment costs on average 4,494 euro

In a labour market with high demand and a lot of competition in order to hire the best, some employers are able to hire workers and reduce the number of bad hires. They do this at much lower costs and in a process that is almost twice as fast. According to our recent recruitment survey, these successful employers have three common characteristics.

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The 10 most important insights from the 2018 Job Board Summit

The 10 most important insights from the 2018 Job Board Summit

Are job boards dead? Not yet, it's clear – but times are changing. After referrals and rejected candidates, job boards are still the most important recruitment channel in the world. Geert-Jan Waasdorp was in London last week to attend the 2018 Jobg8 Job Board Summit. It's a must for anyone curious about where the market is heading. 

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Nowhere in Europe do the employment agencies and intermediaries play such an important role in the process of orientation as in the Netherlands

Nowhere in Europe do the employment agencies and intermediaries play such an important role in the process of orientation as in the Netherlands

One out of six people of the workforce in the Netherlands explore employment agencies or recruitment agencies for new jobs, which makes the Dutch workforce leader in Europe. Working through an agency is much more in the labour market DNA of the Dutch employee (17.3%) than of the average European employee (9.7%).

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Belgium ranks higher than the Netherlands on the list of favourite countries to work in, however Amsterdam remains popular

Belgium ranks higher than the Netherlands on the list of favourite countries to work in, however Amsterdam remains popular

Among Europeans Belgium ranks higher than the Netherlands on the list of favourite countries to work in, however Amsterdam remains popular.

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LinkedIn has a weak position in most European countries

LinkedIn has a weak position in most European countries

LinkedIn is becoming a niche plauers for recruiters. Aside from some countries in the West, LinkedIn has a weak position in Europe if you want to attract international talent. In thirteen countries in Middle and Eastern Europe, less than 10 percent of the working population says that they would use LinkedIn (among other channels) in their search for another job.

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Looking for talent in Europe? The European Recruitment Dashboard from now on LIVE!

Looking for talent in Europe? The European Recruitment Dashboard from now on LIVE!

With the scarcity of the labour market, it is interesting to look beyond your countries boundaries for talent. Where can you find the perfect candidate, whether they are easy to approach and what are the pull factors? These and more questions are easy to answer with the European Recruitment Dashboard.

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To  source or not to source in Europe? The European sourcing box opened

To source or not to source in Europe? The European sourcing box opened

The results of the new Global show that 30% of the Europeans has been hunted for a new job in the last quarter. The highest sourcing pressure is measured in the Czech Republic.

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185,000 European lorry drivers want to work in the Netherlands

185,000 European lorry drivers want to work in the Netherlands

The Global Talent Acquisition Monitor (GTAM) ofIntelligence Group shows that 185,000 European lorry drivers want to work in the Netherlands. The greatest potential workforce lies in Western Europe.

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