The best of eRecruitment 2016

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The importance of contentmarketing, big data and the neuroscience behind applying behaviour... We learned a lot at another inspiring edition of Emerce eRecruitment with great keynotes, interesting presentations and... a highly enthusiastic audience! If you ask us, this was the best of eRecruitment 2016, our top 5:

1. Albert Heijn

During a crowded session René Herremans shared his extensive knowledge about Candidate and Employee Engagement. He shared the latest insights about attracting and maintaining young, social active employees. How to connect with a young (online) target group and how to become a part of their experience. Also what attracts current young workers at AH?  Read more >Screen Shot 2016-04-11 at 17.21.10

2.  Cyber Security

Do you think your company information is secure? The system is as secure as the weakest link but we all think we are secure. Of course we are! Well, let’s see… Read more >Screen Shot 2016-04-11 at 17.21.26

3. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

What will the future of recruitment look like? Online databases with cv's, social media profiles and big data contain lots of information which can be helpful in the HR process. What can data do for recruitment? Read more >Screen Shot 2016-04-11 at 17.21.37

4. Monsterboard

Millennials, those who were born between the 80s and 90s. Those who experienced the rise of the internet and many more technological developments. Andrea Bertone, President of Monster Europe, tells us how to become an employer of choice for the millennial candidate. Read more >Screen Shot 2016-04-11 at 17.21.48

5. Start People

The era of searching for vacancies in a real card-index box lies far behind us. Offline became online but the essence remains the same: connecting demand and offer. What has changed in the world of 'work' ? Read more >Screen Shot 2016-04-11 at 17.33.36Screen Shot 2016-04-11 at 17.33.05