Your 'HR of the future' is
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- The HR interim manager you need, within 48 hours
- Every freelancer is known and evaluated by us personally
- No matter if he or she lives locally or on the other side of Europe
- We check competencies, cultural fit, preferences and motivation
Is HR interim management your new 'permanent'?
Senior HR Manager - Permanent position
Medical Devices company - Generalist profile - PERMANENT POSITION - Start asap - DE/EN - Cologne (Germany)More information
International Talent Acquisition Manager
International company - Sourcing and screening candidates (mostly engineers from top universities) - Liaising with local universities & attending job fairs - Scope: France, Italy, Spain - Experience with both agency & in-house recruitment is a plus - Based in Paris with travel involved - French as native language + EN - Additional language is a plus - Asap & for 6 months min.
HR Project Manager
Generalist scope • Strategic mindset • Coaching attitudes • Full-time • Min 6 months • Asap • Brussels • NL/FR/ENMore information
The best employees want to be freelancers
According to Forbes, it is expected that almost 50% of the US workforce will be independent workers by 2020.
"HRbuilders has proven to be very responsive when it comes to solving urgent needs in our fast-changing environment."
"I was pleasantly surprised that they insisted on a face-to-face meeting, which could be scheduled very quickly. HRbuilders also showed me that a thorough intake is essential, even for hiring an HR Interim Manager."
"HRbuilders is built by HR experts who have worked in the field for years. It makes matchmaking that much quicker."
"I felt immediately that HRbuilders truly wanted to create a partnership with me as a freelancer."
Connecting great HR people
These are the talks, workshops, bootcamps and social events where we hope to meet you.
CEO Hans Joris in Trends Magazine May 2018
Robby De Caluwé in Alphabet Magazine
Connect With Content: follow the leader (?)
Webinar: HR Freelancing in Latin America
Why you should become a freelancer