Multilingual Business Communication

April 6, 2009

Recruiting with Rara Avis

Filed under: Febe Corthals, internship — meertaligebedrijfscommunicatie @ 2:28 pm

Today, recruiting isn’t about placing stale ads in newspapers anymore. Leading companies are now exploiting the powerful social network sites such as Facebook, MySpace and YouTube to recruit their future workforce. The website “Jobs in Pods” even offers companies Facebook recruiting tips. They advise companies, for example, that they don’t need to spend millions of dollars to get their own company profile page and premium ad space inside Facebook users pages. Jobs in Pods informs these companies that they can already get their jobs exposed inside the network for only 5 dollars.

Do you still prefer to recruit  new people in a more traditional way? Then contact Rara Avis. Rara Avis is a search and selection company that provides cost efficient, high quality HR solutions. This company doesn’t deliver standard services, but offers tailored client solutions. In their view, an external HR partner should not only work fast and deliver quality, but also meet the need for transparency and partnership. They claim this combination is hard to find in today’s world of HR. Hence the name Rara Avis, which means “white raven” or “rarity”.

Within three weeks, I’ll be working at Rara Avis for my internship. The benefit of a small company like Rara Avis is that each assignment is directly managed. In addition, each customer is ensured of high priority at all times and of attention for details. Working in a small company like Rara Avis is interesting for me because I’ll be involved in several projects and will get the chance to work on different tasks. I’m looking forward to being part of their team!

(Febe Corthals)

 

Sources: http://todmaffin.com/presentations/

              http://jobsinpods.com/

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