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Multicultural team

When embarking on a program of internationalisation, every business must come into contact with different environmental contexts, each requiring a specific means of interaction.

The fact that culture plays a decisive role amongst the multiple variables that define a company's environment is often overlooked. For this reason it is essential that the company providing support to a business during the program of internationalisation is able to understand the different aspects of a culture which differs greatly to its own.

The recruitment sector requires specific skills which, in an increasingly international workplace, often run hand in hand with language skills.  

Today, the job market requires professionals who are able to interact with different international businesses and relate to different traditions and mentalities. It is also indispensable to be prepared to relocate.

At In Job, we firmly believe in the importance of verifying these skills. For this reason in 2013 we created a team of 10 people with excellent linguistic skills and experience in recruiting, screening and directly researching qualified profiles. Through its consolidated recruitment method, this talent pool is able to interpret and assess the essential points of a job description from the very first contact: a candidate’s actual level of a language, for example, and their motivation, with the aim of significantly reducing the overall research time.

Our offices reflect our mission: exceptionally designed office environments that welcome candidates and business representatives with dedicated conference halls for job-oriented training courses.
We have embraced the philosophy of “think global, act local”, managing our overseas branches as an integrated network. We are interconnected anywhere, at any time. We have no borders, be they geographical or hierarchical, enabling simple and fast communication.
Our network is formed of 65,000 professionals in various countries worldwide, with experience and knowledge of the local market. In fact, cultural skills are a prerequisite to interpret the needs of a specific area, as well as a source of inspiration to innovate and diversity local services.