We bring PEOPLE together

As recruiters, we have made it our task to arrange professional contacts throughout Europe. We aren't a staff leasing agency, we deal solely with permanent positions. We act as your partners and advisers in finding suitable employees for our customers and exciting new tasks for our candidates.

In addition to years of experience in recruiting and a large network of contacts, we set ourselves apart by our significant international experience, broad knowledge of languages and individually-tailored advice.

To strive for a long-term cooperation, we attach great importance to arranging the best possible match between all parties.

Focus on you

Tell us something about you! We would like to get to know you, your wishes and your ideas. The more we know about your business and your working environment, the better we can judge who would be the most suitable candidate to introduce to you - and the more information we receive from you as a candidate, the easier it is for us to find the perfect new job for you! 

Our team

Starting at the top, there is Caroline Mittmann, founder and CEO of people-s-place GmbH. Through her years of work in the field of recruitment, most recently at one of the world's largest and most successful staffing companies in the field of recruitment/permanent placement, Caroline Mittmann has developed an extensive network of contacts with institutions, candidates and companies from various industries. Working with people is Caroline Mittmann’s passion, which she has turned into her vocation. Her guiding statement is: "Build bridges – bring people together."

Caroline is fluent in German and English.

Caroline Mittmann

German and English

Maria lived in Russia until she was 10. Her studies in International Management also took her to the Netherlands for one year and to England for 6 months. Immediately after graduating from the Hochschule Osnabrück, she arrived at people-s-place and she has been part of our team since 2015 - together with our "office dog" Sansa.

Maria is fluent in German, English, and Russian.

Maria Barilo

German, English, and Russian

Alexandra grew up in French-speaking Switzerland and in Sweden and therefore speaks both languages on a native level. Living and working in an international environment has always been one of her key ambitions. Alexandra studied International Languages and has lived in Australia, England and Spain. Now she is delighted with the opportunity to become a recruiter here in Germany and to get to know a new country.

Alexandra is fluent in Swedish, French, Spanish, and English.

Alexandra Steudler

Swedish, French, Spanish, and English

Like their colleagues, Linda Ansa loves to travel and is always open to other cultures. These travels eventually led her from Finland to California and then to us in Germany. Raised in a bilingual environment, she speaks Swedish and Finnish perfectly. Linda has always enjoyed working with people and has actually studied social work and education. She has now discovered recruiting and is having a lot of fun, helping companies in their search for new employees - and supporting candidates in their job search at least as much.

Linda is fluent in Finnish, Swedish, and English (and is working hard to learn German).

Linda Ansa

Finnish, Swedish, and English

After working for the biggest Czech recruiting agency, Petra moved to Germany together with her family. She started learning German as an additional foreign language on a very good level within a short amount of time. Petra is a very enthusiastic, eager and motivated person who loves challenging projects. She loves working as an international recruiter, because she meets interesting people with different nationalities on a daily basis. In her private time, Petra loves to travel and to spend time in the nature.

Petra is fluent in Czech, English, and German.

Petra Kubečková

Czech, English, and German

My name is Sansa and  I am almost 6 years old. Originally I am from Spain. I worked there in the breeding industry for the first years of my life . When I got too old and sick to supply the right amount of baby-dogs, my boss  "fired" me. I ended up in a dog shelter. Luckily, my adoptive parents rescued me and brought me to Germany. My mum works with people-s-place. She had to bring me to the office one day. From the very beginning everyone at the office was very excited about me. After a very short time I was offered a permanent contract as an Agent for “entertaining” and “cuddling”.

If you know the language of barking, I am the one to contact!

Office dog Sansa

Snoring and Barking