What do you have to think about when implementing an optimal recruitment platform? How do you ensure that the Tech landscape is set up in such a way that the data streams run smoothly? And that you gain insight into where the candidate comes from until the final status in the application process? What do you need to take into account for optimal integration between your different HR systems? What do you have to do to meet the GDPR standards and how do you ensure a secure platform with a good performance?
For many companies, achieving an optimal HR process and the associated Tech landscape is not a simple push of a button. Over time, the number of channels has grown and so has the complexity of data flows and integrations.
Floyd & Hamilton has years of experience in implementing an optimal infrastructure. We have incorporated our best practices in our Tech Products, which are continuously further optimised and developed. Therefore, during a new implementation, it is not a push of a button, but rather a step-by-step working method based on experience and a clear vision with pre-defined design principles.

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Eneco shows what an optimal vacancy page should look like because it is unique every time. Helped by deploying a smart CMS, which enriches the content on the vacancy page on the basis of dynamic vacancy data. This creates a unique vacancy page, which is actually focused on the specific persona that is being searched for.

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WE Fashion

A design that fits in seamlessly with the We Fashion branding, partly thanks to the dynamic and well styled images.

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Everything on the global recruitment site, but also on the 13 country websites, revolves around seduction, inspiration and conversion. Three important optimisations continuously contribute to the candidate experience.

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