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Recheio

Ana Margarida Castelo

Recheio, part of Jerónimo Martins, is Portugal's largest cash & carry chain with 39 stores and around 2,200 employees. The company specialises in fresh food, strong brands and excellent service to professionals. Every year, the chain recruits no fewer than 200 new employees. And, since 2018, it has done so with more structure, better communication with the candidates and an effective follow-up of the KPIs. “It was certainly necessary,” says Ana Margarida Castelo, HR Manager at Recheio. “In the past, everything went through manual placements via job boards and applications with complicated forms that were submitted by email. We didn't have a waterproof system. On the contrary, our recruitment process was extremely leaky and kept both us and the candidates in the dark.”
 

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CCB

Valérie Bauffe

Cement, granulate and concrete manufacturer CCB is fully immersed in a digitisation phase. The company wants to have a strong presence on the online labour market and thereby consign its stuffy image to the past. It also seeks to streamline its recruitment process. That's why, at the start of 2019, it embarked on a partnership with CVWarehouse. The initial impressions are very positive.

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Lunch Garden

Marleen Van Daele

In the past, restaurant chain Lunch Garden had the reputation of being very outdated. However, in recent years, the company has undergone a major transformation. It is once again enjoying strong growth, and has developed new restaurant concepts. The result is a major recruitment drive. CVWarehouse is helping Lunch Garden efficiently organise the recruitment process.

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Degroof Petercam

Caroline Wouters

At the brokerage firm Degroof Petercam, over 1,370 financial experts offer the best possible service and advice to their clients on a daily basis. In order to keep providing its growing number of clients with the best possible service, the bank is constantly looking for staff with the right (and sometimes very specific) profiles. CVWarehouse helps the Talent Acquisition Team at Degroof Petercam to fill the large number of vacancies in good time, whilst simultaneously increasing brand awareness.

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Hi Fly

Frederico Marques

Portuguese aircraft wet lease specialist Hi Fly is constantly looking for new employees. Each quarter, they recruit about 50 new cabin crew members and at any given time there are 20 to 25 different job openings at the same time. Since a few months, Hi Fly relies on CVWarehouse to help them manage their recruitment process.

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Ubiway Retail

Vicky De Roo

Finding candidates who want to run their own shop on a self-employed basis is the challenging task faced by Ubiway Retail, the company behind Press Shop, Relay, Hubiz and the Hello! shops. New shops open regularly, meaning that the quest for managers is never-ending. This is why Ubiway Retail was looking for a way to work more efficiently, keep track of everything and generate simple reporting. Ubiway Retail found all of this at CVWarehouse.

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UZA

Kathleen Dekeirel

High-quality patient care and ground-breaking scientific research: this is what Antwerp University Hospital (UZA) stands for. With approximately 3,000 employees and 5,000 job applications received in 2017, UZA’s HR team certainly has its work cut out. CVWarehouse ensures that the HR staff can manage all job openings and applications quickly, efficiently and in a transparent manner.

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Agidens

Kathleen Dupont

For Agidens, a growing international engineering and automation company, the search for engineers never stops. With a presence in six countries and an enormous stream of projects, recruitment is happening at a relentless pace. To meet the constant demand for new employees, Agidens is looking both in Belgium and abroad. In this context, how does the business maintain a global overview and at the same time have a pool of candidates?
This is where CVWarehouse comes in.

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AZ Herentals

Wim Gys

A hospital in full renovation and expansion often has a lot of challenges, not the least in terms of recruitment. When AZ Herentals was transformed in 2010, from an OCMW (social service) hospital to a VZW (non-profit organization), they started out with a clear vision. Professionally handling its Human Resources department, using only technology was the goal.

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Casa

Julie Spaey

For around 40 years, Casa has been regarded as the place to find decorative and functional items for the home. The chain store’s mission is to prioritise that homely feeling, which also means that the company’s 3,100 employees in eight European countries must feel equally at home working for Casa. In the spring of 2016, Casa set up an international HR department. Why? To standardise all the HR processes. In terms of recruitment and selection, the introduction of CVWarehouse means a huge increase in professionalism.

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Karel de Grote

Peggy Saey

Karel de Grote University College is one of the largest university colleges in Belgium, and even the largest one in Antwerp, with more than 12,000 students at 9 different campuses. 1,235 employees – or 881 full time equivalents – are responsible for the realization of a varied and qualitative educational offer. Because the university college hires more than 100 people per year, the integrated and user-friendly recruitment tool of CVWarehouse is definitely an added value.

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WeDo

Ines Pina Pereira

WeDo is a market-leading software company in a niche market. The company makes integrated tools for revenue assurance and fraud management. Or in human language: WeDo customers have nothing to worry about when they are dealing with financial transactions and security. We can quite imagine that WeDo feels at home with a partner that also offers integrated solutions – except that we are in the HR field.

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NOS

Olga Sakellarides

The Portuguese company NOS was formed in 2014 following the merger of two major telecom providers and is the country’s third-largest provider of satellite and cable TV, mobile telephony and internet. NOS keeps on growing: in 2015, the company had over 4 million mobile customers, a market share of 29% and profits of 83 million euros. NOS does not cater only to private individuals: it also provides companies with a full range of telecom and ICT services. The SME business unit at NOS has been working with CVWarehouse since 2015 and their collaboration is already bearing fruit.

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Willemen Groep

Ivan Malfliet

Willemen Group is a Belgian family-owned construction group that operates internationally. The Group has grown exponentially in recent years, partly due to the take-over of contractors like Franki (1998), Cosimco (2005), De Waal Group (2005), road-builders Aswebo (2011) and Van Wellen Contractors (2014). The group is headed by father Johan and son Tom Willemen.

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Experience@Work

Inge Janssens

Experience@Work is an initiative by consultancy firm HazelHeartwood, AXA, KBC and Proximus. The idea behind it is as simple as it is brilliant: since we will all have to work longer, we need to ensure that everyone can stay healthy and motivated at work. And if possible, why not work to make a better world?

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Intrum Justitia

Ine Peetermans

Intrum Justitia is Europe’s leading credit management services company. Founded in 1923, it has over 3,800 employees in 20 countries, serving more than 75,000 clients worldwide with local and cross-border credit management support.

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Kinepolis Group

Martine Kestens

The Kinepolis Group’s network of cinemas in Belgium, France, Spain, Switzerland and Poland offer modern entertainment to all generations. Spanning across 5 countries, the group of 23 cinema complexes, consist of 317 rooms and attracted 21.3 million visitors in 2011.

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McDonald’s

Sabine Gekiere

At the end of February, CVWarehouse customer McDonald’s Belgium was chosen by the Vlerick Management School as “Best Workplace” of the year. That provoked a lot of reactions, both positive and negative. The ideal opportunity to take a closer look at the company’s HR policy – and “McJobs”.

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Brussels airport

Johan Bockstaele

Brussels Airport is an international airport 6 NM northeast of Brussels, the capital of Belgium. In 2014, almost 22 million passengers arrived or departed at Brussels Airport, making it the 23rd busiest airport in Europe.

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ZNA

Silvia Hesseling

ZNA, the Antwerp Hospital Network, employs 7,000 people, including 2,650 nurses, 550 caretakers and around 600 doctors. Every day, about 7,000 patients come through the doors. With over a million consultations, lab tests and medical imaging sessions and about 75,000 admissions per year, ZNA is the largest health care provider in Belgium. This workload is also perceptible in the HR department.

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Kinepolis

Martine Kestens

Kinepolis Group offers an innovative cinema concept via its European network of cinemas which serve as a model within the sector. In total, the group has 35 cinemas, spread across Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Switzerland and Poland. Each year, the group provides over 20 million cinema-goers with an unforgettable film experience.

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