Our Cooperation With ratiopharm ulm 🏀

January 17, 2020
Written by Caroline Mittmann

Big Announcement: Since December 2019, we have been an official supporter of ratiopharm ulm! 🏀 Basketball has always been part of people-s-place. Not only is our CEO Caro married to a professional basketball player. Also, many colleagues and former team members have found their way to us through basketball. We understand basketball not only as a sport but as a network of the most different and interesting people. Our local basketball team of the Basketball Bundesliga is ratiopharm ulm, which is why we are of course #teamorange! We are looking forward...

Our Monthly Breakfasts

January 16, 2020
Written by Caroline Mittmann


The Gift of Working in the Field of Cross-Border Recruiting!

January 07, 2020
Written by Caroline Mittmann

Talking to many, many people every day about recruiting-related topics is a great gift. You get very valuable insights about what people experience, feel, think, expect.   I am happy to share my insights with you: Recruiting processes often take too long especially when applying for big organisations. I heard many times that people had to wait for weeks until they have received feedback. Especially when working in the field of cross-border recruiting, people tell us that they appreciate it a lot if their "total packages" include a relocation package or relocation assistance. If you really want new employees,...

From Maastricht to Taipei

August 12, 2019
Written by Jessica Hartwig

Small actions can have huge impacts... Karoline was our candidate two years ago. Back then, she applied for a summer job at one of our closest long-term clients in Maastricht to bridge her semester break. Her application opened many doors for personal and professional experiences. Just recently, Karoline moved from Maastricht to Taipei and we met for an interview. This is her story. ...

English Skills in Your International Recruiting Process

January 25, 2018
Written by Caroline Mittmann

Today I would like to talk about a topic that we all deal with at people-s-place every day at work. It is about English skills in your international recruiting process. If you decide to work abroad you will mostly face the fact that your recruiting process will be in English. The working language in most international companies is English although they are looking for candidates with specific other (language) skills. You do not have to be scared if it is new for you to do your interviews in English. All you need...

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