November 23, 2017
Recruitment
Anaïs VEERAPATREN
Recruiting the right candidate, a challenge for any company

Talent represents the lifeblood of a company and attracting it is a real challenge for recruiters today.

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November 15, 2017
International Mobility
Florine PERILLAUD
Interculturalism: a major issue for managers

With international mobility on the increase, companies are recruiting more international staff. Such cultural diversity within a business represents a significant boon. However, managing a team of people from all corners of the world can sometimes prove a challenge. It is the manager's job to draw out the benefits of this cultural wealth and ensure the expertise and cultures of each individual are valued. Intercultural management is undoubtedly a major business issue.

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November 08, 2017
Recruitment
Mathilde Haelewyn
4 tips for a successful job interview

When looking for a job, the interview is probably the most difficult. The candidates selected by the recruiter are in competition with each other as only one position is available. It is therefore essential to stand out from the crowd!

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October 30, 2017
Cooptalis
Olivier DESURMONT
Cooptalis is awarded the French Tech Pass

On September 25th 2017, the annual meeting of the leaders of the 2016-2017 promotion of the French Tech Pass winners was held at the Hôtel de Matignon in Paris. The Secretary of State to the French Prime Minister for the Digital Economy, Mounir MAHJOUBI, awarded Cooptalis the official diploma of winner of the 2016-2017 promotion of the French Tech Pass. Edouard PHILIPPE, Prime Minister, was also present at the ceremony. Interview with Olivier DESURMONT, President of Cooptalis.

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October 18, 2017
International Mobility
Jenny BAYSIEU
IT Architect: working abroad to seize professional opportunities - Part 2

Rija E.R., an IT Architect from Madagascar, has moved to France to work for a French company. Here is his story.

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October 10, 2017
International Mobility
Baudouin TROCHERIS
Expats: how to seamlessly integrate into a foreign company

Moving to another country for work is a complex process. When away from home, you need to find your bearings in order to integrate into your new country. Even if expats manage to adapt to the habits and customs of their new country, they sometimes have trouble adjusting to a foreign corporate culture. A positive, curious and open attitude is the key to successful integration and global mobility.

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October 06, 2017
Interview
Jenny BAYSIEU
IT Architect: working abroad to seize professional opportunities - Part 1

To keep up with the acceleration of the digital revolution, digital companies are always looking for new candidates. They don’t hesitate to recruit abroad to find the best talent. In the world of computer programming, language barriers are no longer so important thanks to universal coding and global mobility is becoming much easier. Rija E.R., an IT Architect from Madagascar, has moved to France to work for a French company. Here is his story.

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September 28, 2017
International Mobility
Stéphanie DUCLOS
Returning from abroad: readapting to your home country

Whilst moving abroad is a great adventure both professionally and personally, returning to your home country can sometimes be difficult. Managing the bureaucracy and job search as well as readjusting to the lifestyle and customs of your country can all be challenging steps.

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September 21, 2017
International Mobility
Elodie VERDONCK
Degree equivalency in terms of international mobility

When it comes to moving to another country, it is vital that a person's skills and expertise are recognised in that country. A degree equivalency is a document that determines the value of studies pursued abroad. It is often vital when it comes to a worker's education being officially recognised in another country in order to afford them the same chances of being hired as a native worker.

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September 13, 2017
International Mobility
Stéphanie DUCLOS
Expats: how to make the dream come true

Global mobility always requires expatriation, whether for a long or short period of time but it can be a rewarding experience if you engage with this new life, in order to reduce the period of adjustment and ensure seamless integration.

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September 07, 2017
Talent Shortage
Florine PERILLAUD
Combatting the talent shortage: international mobility as a solution

Companies must now face the economic reality of the talent shortage, caused by the lack of available candidates as well as the increasing rarity of specific qualifications. To combat the shortage of workers, some companies are turning to international mobility as a solution to recruitment problems.

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September 01, 2017
Interview
Elodie VERDONCK
Dentists: opportunities abroad

There are plenty of candidates in the medical field offering their skills to hospitals, clinics and surgeries outside their home country with a view to enhancing their professional career. Today qualifications are more comparable than ever, which facilitates international moves. Here, Greek dentist Maria K. explains just how successful her relocation to France has been.

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August 28, 2017
International Mobility
Stéphanie DUCLOS
Careful preparation: the key to a successful international move

There are certain steps involved in a successful move abroad. From wanting to work beyond your own country’s borders to integrating into a new home country, here is some advice which could prove useful when making an international move. Being well prepared is key.

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