“Without the help of FiSe we wouldn’t have been able to grow our team from ten to almost 30 in only 12 months. The partnership has helped us immensely! We extensively developed our recruitment process. Over the past year we have recruited many pros to our team.”
Meet Jaakko Sippola, Finders Seekers’ board member and advisor who doesn’t mess around when it comes to values… or his tennis serve.
Finders Seekers wishes Happy Holidays with a Holiday Cuckoo Workout!
For a lot of people, a job ad is their gateway into your company. It’s the first touchpoint, the first interaction, the first impression. So make it count!
From receiving hundreds of thousands of requests per second to developing Unity’s gaming platform with the latest tech, Unity offers an interesting range of technical challenges for developers from all different backgrounds, not just game developers.
Learn more about Unity Helsinki and their 200 people strong team!
Companies have pretty different takes on recruitment. Some companies take recruitment seriously, others are still learning. This affects the way that companies approach recruitment tasks and processes. At its most basic, recruitment is reactive and revolves around acute skills shortages. At its most evolved, recruitment is closely tied with business strategy and is about building clearly-defined talent pipelines. Most companies fall somewhere in-between these two extremes. Track your evolution in recruitment maturity (broken down into four distinct stages).
Two relatively privileged middle-aged native Finns talking about diversity and inclusion, sounds like the best pitch ever, right? Read on.
Hi, nice to meet you, you can call me Lassi. For Asians, the name usually associates with the Indian Yogurt […]
We believe that sharing the ownership of Finders Seekers is one major step toward building our winning team and achieving business success. That is why this Fall, we are happy to welcome new shareholders into our company – all of whom are our existing employees.
“All employer communication needs to have a human touch: people follow people, not companies. Skilled people love to follow other skilled people, not empty corporate shells.”
You will find me repeating the above in my employer branding work!