DONE!'s recruiting philosophy goes far beyond sourcing, passing on resumes and organising interviews. Our colleague Nourhan explains what it takes to be a good recruiter and why recruiting means much more as handling CVs and interviews.
Who needs a feel good manager and a strategy for happiness among employees? Probably most companies. Because many employees are in a state of "Quite Quitting," of being dissatisfied and unhappy. Our colleague Panos knows a lot about countermeasures and how to implement a Feel Good Factor Strategy.
Permanent change and high competitive pressure require shorter innovation cycles, unique products and services. Therefore, companies need to be agile to master these constant challenges. And that transformation starts with HR. It should be the first department to change its self-image and become agile to drive changes from inside with success.
Why do young companies in particular need an impressive founding story? Our colleague Aviel explains how important this is for him to be successful in recruiting. He also points out why recruiting is an essential building block for employer branding.
Digital transformation and the IT skills shortage offer unimagined opportunities for diversity and inclusion. At first, this sounds illogical. But if companies rethink and implement a paradigm shift in recruiting, they can succeed. Job postings and application processes must be redefined and inclusion programs must be integrated. The focus should lie on diversity, equality and accessibility.
Our colleague Veena and her team are responsible for the technical and end-to-end recruitment at Knauf Digital. Read more about how she has managed the challenge in building up a team from scratch in an industry and a job market, where digital talents are highly in demand.
How does working remotely work when you're traveling? Our colleague Elina has gathered a lot of valuable experience in this regard and gives cool advice in her employee portrait on how remote work can be successful under these circumstances and what it takes.
Do we handle data cleanly? Have we ever thought about the fact that the algorithms used in the application process can make the wrong decisions? HR managers have to keep an eye on pitfalls of the digitale transformation.
Companies need to drive their digitalisation in the face of flexible and remote working hours. Our colleague Melanie explains what the challenges are during this transformation and what the solutions look like.
Employees are more willing to change jobs than ever before. Our Managing Partner Janet Haupka explains why. She also gives tips on what companies can do now to retain their skilled workers and talents.
What is the biggest challenge for HR departments next year? A positive retention rate. Why? Because the willingness of employees to change jobs is quite high at the moment. Therefore, companies need to improve their retention rates to secure a productive workforce in 2022. Our MD Marie explains how to.
What is it like to start at DONE! Read more about the story of Robert, who came to us as a student temp, caught fire and today manages many interesting clients and projects.