Recruiting

Argentina: Recruitment

January 2015. Posted in Int. Skills, Recruiting

Argentina: Recruitment

The work environment clearly reflects the family related culture; Argentineans want a warm and friendly work environment in which communication between management levels is open and all employees are aware of all the information concerning the business and each other, similar to a family.

Austria: Recruitment

January 2015. Posted in Int. Skills, Recruiting

Austria: Recruitment

You will find that Austria is a country that seems to be very hierarchical and formal. However, according to an Austrian human resources professional that we interviewed, “if you are in the organization and you get to know it better then it is quite funny and you have fun together and you’re not that strict or formal anymore.” 

Belgium: Recruitment

January 2015. Posted in Int. Skills, Recruiting

Belgium: Recruitment

Belgium is a diverse business culture with a lot of important cultural values, especially in the working area. The Belgian’s are very conservative people and take notice of everything, which perfectly reflects their work culture.

Canada: Recruitment

January 2015. Posted in Int. Skills, Recruiting

Canada: Recruitment

The second biggest country in the world by mass is a nice home for expats. Canada is a strong economic power in the world, and boasts a good quality of life and beautiful cities. Canada is one of the biggest import and export countries to all over the world because of its enormous amounts of natural resources and its good international trading relations. There are plenty of chances to succeed as ambitious young professional. Canada is very globalized and has a very multicultural society and history. Most of Canadians are native French or English speakers and are open minded to new cultures and immigrants. Take a chance, try your best and learn from this big land with big opportunities in every type of work!

Hong Kong: Recruitment

January 2015. Posted in Int. Skills, Recruiting

Hong Kong: Recruitment

Boasting about your abilities will not help you find a job in Hong Kong. There is nothing wrong with overselling a little bit; but if you add skills you don’t have, you will probably get in trouble sooner or later”.

India: Recruitment

January 2015. Posted in Int. Skills, Recruiting

India: Recruitment

The expansion of many foreign companies in India has led to many changes in Indian business culture. The native citizens of India are now dealing more often with foreign employers and employees. These changes effected the industry, mainly in the capital and other big cities in India like Delhi and Mumbai. 

Ireland: Recruitment

January 2015. Posted in Int. Skills, Recruiting

Ireland: Recruitment

When doing business in Ireland, there should be a couple of things that a foreigner should think of before entering the country. Gain more insight into the do’s and don’ts in Ireland, how to act in meetings, the application guidelines in Ireland, how an Irish CV should look and knowledge about the country itself, together with the culture and business from an Irish perspective.

Norway: Recruitment

January 2015. Posted in Int. Skills, Recruiting

Norway: Recruitment

It is difficult to find a job these days. Especially if you are new to the area and don’t know anyone yet. But getting a job in Norway does not have to be hard. This is as long as you know where to start. To help improve your odds, CCBS (2014) took a closer look at Norwegian recruitment.