The sector of Human Resources is in constant changing and cannot avoid digitalisation. Companies can’t afford not to have a…
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This week, we had the pleasure and the honour to speak with Magdalena Szumna, who is the owner of the HR Consulting firm « PRO-HR ». Magdalena shared with us her insights on her work as a recruiter and explained to us how she deals with cross-border recruitment.
The business world has changed a lot over the years as well as the way we work, the way we communicate and the way we recruit. For few months we have heard a lot about the “digital transformation” which refers to the changes associated with the application of digital technology in all aspects of human society. Business and therefore Human Resources are affected by this digital transformation and have to adapt themselves to this new trend. Adapting to this change does not mean implementing new methods, but implementing a brand new strategy.
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