With a clear recruiting strategy, innovative tools and sound insider know-how, we find the digital experts and talents that really fit you and accompany your path to success. We are your top recruiting partner when you are looking for the best for your company!
We find exceptional leadership personalities and high potentials at C-level for you, who will lead your company confidently into the digital future. We combine innovative search methods and scientifically based personality diagnostics with a personal consulting approach that goes far beyond the classic process.
With Interim Recruiting & HR, we provide you with customised support for your recruiting and HR processes. You choose the desired support flexibly and according to your needs from our modular service catalogue – we calculate the required person days and set up a project timing. Your advantage: Transparent billing on a plannable daily rate basis and close cooperation that relieves your core team.
You have temporary capacity bottlenecks and are looking for quick support for your project and day-to-day business? With our extensive pool of freelancers and consultants, we can quickly and directly provide you with professional, independently acting interim managers who, with their expertise and professional experience, ensure that your project runs smoothly.
Systematic success: All our search and recruiting activities follow a proven and innovative process. In all phases of the process chain, we not only rely on our specialist expertise, but also use cross-channel screening technologies, intelligent diagnostic tools and AI-based personality tests for the precise evaluation of cognitive and social skills.
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Hard Skills refer to learned skills that can usually be measured and proven. For example, this includes language or programming skills.
This refers to qualifications and job-relevant skills that can be measured through tests, grades, certificates, degrees and titles. Hard Skills are clearly defined because they can easily be proven and demonstrated. This is why Hard Skills can effortlessly be checked and, if needed, traced back.
Foundational cornerstones are laid during education/training. Fundamental Hard Skills are developed and consolidated through additional qualifications. Hard Skills are not only developed in education/training but are also gained in practice. Several years of work experience following, for example, university studies are essential to apply, expand and deepen the acquired hard skills.
The required hard skills depend on the respective sector. Retail or management obviously require a different set of Hard Skills than manual labour or an occupation in the medical field.
The counterpart to Hard Skills are the so-called Soft Skills, which relate to social components and personality traits. This is why Soft Skills are somewhat broader and harder to grasp than Hard Skills.
The importance of sector-specific Hard Skills is out of question. However, the importance of interpersonal interaction has also increased (or, depending on the sector, is required anyway), which is why employees can definitely benefit equally from Soft Skills and should not dismiss their importance over the course of their education/training.