Recruiting in Germany

Job Board Summit 2014: Wolfgang Brickwedde’s Focus on Recruiting in Germany

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Wolfgang Brickwedde

Jobg8 are delighted that Wolfgang Brickwedde, founder of the German based Institute of Competitive Recruiting will be joining us at The Job Board Summit 2014 – Europe and co-hosting our Insights into the DACH Region workshop. Germany, Austria and Switzerland sit at the heart of Europe and at the recent Drive HR conference in Sarajevo Wolfgang shared with Jobg8 some great insights into the German recruiting and Job Board markets.

He’ll be sharing more of these insights at the Summit, so please make sure you’re informed about the largest and most vibrant recruitment market in Europe. In the meantime we hope you find these 10 insights interesting;

Germany’s Recruiting Challenges: Kai Deininger speaks at the European Job Board Summit in London

Kai Deininger

Am 30. November findet in London der European Job Board Summit statt und Kai Deininger ist einer der internationalen Speakers. Sein Augenmerk wird dabei auf den Unterschieden im Recruiting in Deutschland und auf  internationaler Ebene liegen. Im HR-Blog „Recruitment Buzz“ erschien folgendes Interview.

Recruiting in Germany – Global and Local Perspectives

An Interview with Kai Deininger: Kai Deininger is one of our International speakers at the European Job Board Summit 2012 . He has been involved with the German Recruitment Market for over 15 years, not only working at management level for Jobpilot, Monster and LinkedIn, he has also consulted to organisations such as Experteer. Kai is one of ecom digital’s partners in Germany and is supporting our clients with the often difficult task of recruiting in Germany.

At the European Job Board Summit, Kai will be speaking about the German Job Board Market and what the German jobseeker is up to today. He will deliver insights in to key differences between the German Job Board Market and the UK’s and also tackle the subject of social media and the impact it is having and how Job Boards are reacting.