Many recent publications discuss ‘big data’, the power of online recruitment, and advocate the internal organization of recruitment departments. The idea behind this is that, with the current technology, it can easily be internally managed by oneself and can save a lot of money. Recently, PeopleTicker presented its whitepaper ‘2016 in review: the contingent labor
The annual General Assembly of our worldwide network of recruitment agencies in Life Sciences was well attended and full of ambition. Two new members, England’s outsourcing specialist CK Clinical and Borka Consulting from Norway, presented themselves and showed passion to expand the success. The members celebrated the successes of the last year, shared experiences, market knowledge and best
The third General Assembly of INRALS in Amsterdam, October 9 and 10, was a great success. The attending member countries shared information, vision, market intelligence and thoughts on how to proceed the network and make it work even better. The members from all over the world inspired each other with best practices and enhanced the
9-10 October, INRALS Members from across the globe will gather in Amsterdam for the next INRALS General Assembly to discuss plans to further strengthen the network. Further information will follow shortly.
On 7 and 8 November most members of INRALS attended the General Assembly in Barcelona. These members are an inspiring group of independent high quality agencies active in recruitment in Life Sciences. The network is expanding rapidly across the globe. With the current critical mass of top players in the global Life Sciences recruitment market,
Brussels, February 2014 During the first INRALS meeting the members present showed an immense amount of drive and enthusiasm to keep the network going and growing. Expansion with extra quality member agencies in the United States, Brazil, Mexico, Israel, Canada, Turkey and South Africa is expected in 2014. The network thrives to be organized in
Brussels, December 19, 2013 INRALS, the growing international network of recruitment and outsourcing agencies in Life Sciences, has developed into a serious, global network organization, wherein member countries join forces, share clients, information and candidates and work on international tenders for their global clientele. INRALS agencies are high quality and independent. This evokes a high