Theresa Sturm —
September 2019

HR SEO: Here’s How to Write Job Ads that Are Found in Google and Online Job Platforms

The most important part of a job ad is the job title. It determines whether candidates can find the job and if they decide to click on it. It makes sense to take enough time to research the perfect job title.
Andy Andrews —
July 2019

Recruiting with Chatbots

Remember the talking paperclip in Microsoft Word? It was a little annoying, but it was a forerunner to a phenomenon that has now reached the world of recruiting. Chatbots are increasingly taking over websites and simulating amazingly authentic conversations with users and potential applicants.
Jeannine Dickie —
June 2019

Evolution of employment

Our partner in South Africa, Jeannine Dickie created an interesting infographic about the developments in employment.
Sabine Steiner —
May 2019

The Working World 4.0 in the Context of Online and Social Collaboration

Our world is changing quickly and continuously. The digital transformation and the related networking of the entire world are changing how we work. Online communication technologies are making new and more efficient forms of collaboration possible. Work is becoming more and more time and location…
Sabine Steiner —
April 2019

3 Steps to a Better Candidate Experience

Time to walk in the shoes of your applicants – they are the focus of this article. Candidate experience is the buzz word of 2019 when it comes to improving the application process. The development of a candidate journey is the most structured path for turning applicants into fans.
Sabine Steiner —
September 2017

Is Big Data Disrupting Personnel Search? Recruiting in the Digital Age

Finding the right people on all position levels is THE challenge to become or stay successful in business. In the past, Executive Search companies depended solely on their consultants’ network with a bit of mystery and magic mixed in.
Sabine Steiner —
April 2017

A New Paradigm for Recruiting – Candidate Experience

Managers and entrepreneurs have ambitious and demanding goals. They know that the right team is critical to success. After all, recruiting the right employees is the greatest force multiplier that managers and entrepreneurs have. Yet many leaders struggle to find and win over the specialists they…
Sabine Steiner —
May 2016

Generation Y in the workplace

Generation Y is known as the generation which was born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s. There are no precise dates for when this generation starts and ends and experts also do not agree on when Gen Y started.
Daniel Marwan —
March 2016

The Big Data Benefit for Direct Search

“The Geeks have arrived in HR” – that’s the actual phrase when it comes to Big Data in Recruitment. The executive search industry has witnessed a dramatic shift in how board and senior-level executives are recruited.
Marit Antik —
September 2015

Video Recruiting Part II

The job market can be highly competitive in some business areas and professions. To stand out from the crowd, one option for candidates is to create a video resume to accompany the traditional CV.
Marit Antik —
September 2015

Video Recruiting Part I

Video interviews for recruiting are on the rise. “Thank you for the interview, it was really nice to meet you!” Did they really meet, as one was in Estonia and one in Romania? These kinds of situations are getting more and more typical in recruitment business.
Gerhard Stähler —
April 2015

HR experts give an insight into the strategies of international recruitment

Internationalisation has had a significant effect on recruitment. This is why human resources professionals often face very complex challenges. The publishers of the book “Strategien internationaler Personalbeschaffung” (Strategies for international recruitment), Gerhard Stähler and Wolfgang Apel,…