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Behind every successful business lies a set of skilled people

Three questions for Zuzana Rumiz, Country Manager, ManpowerGroup Slovakia.

Zuzana Rumiz, Country Manager, ManpowerGroup Slovakia Zuzana Rumiz, Country Manager, ManpowerGroup Slovakia

RECRUITMENT AGENCIES IN SLOVAKIA OFFER, MORE OR LESS, THE SAME PORTFOLIO OF SERVICES. TO WHAT DO YOU ATTRIBUTE THE STRENGTH AND UNIQUENESS OF YOUR COMPANY?

To our ability to adapt our services to the needs of our client.
Whether a company needs one specifically oriented expert or dozens of employees who meet the specific profile and can start working right away; whether a client asks us to manage an entire recruitment process or needs our help in a sensitive situation of decreasing the number of employees, we are prepared to support them. Of course, we also offer standard services like Permanent Placement, Temporary Placement, Outplacement, Recruitment Process Outsourcing, and a Master Service Provider. They are the basis that we evolve from. We are well aware of the uniqueness of each company and we take into consideration the individual requests and possibilities of our clients. We are interested in the culture of the company, the vision and aspirations our client wishes to achieve, as well as the specifics that distinguish our client from other companies in the field. The diversity of our services, many years of experience, and support from a global background allows us to lead our partners to success.

To flexibility.
Regular communication with our clients is a pillar of our working routine. This way we are able to ensure a flexible reaction to any requested changes in a short period of time. In the current situation especially, we are aware of the need to be flexible and adapt to sudden changes.

To skilled people.
Our consultants and sales managers are somewhat of a “right hand” to our clients. They work as advisors and partners simultaneously. As an example, they are able to advise our clients on how to reorganise or set up a payroll and benefit system. They can also provide basic market research or valuable feedback from candidates.
Within the screening process of candidates, our consultants only select the people who fulfill the exact requirements of our clients in order to maximise time efficiency. This way the client only receives a selection of candidates who fit the required profile exactly.

To professionalism.
Supporting the culture of learning is a part of our company DNA. Our employees complete regular training through a unique internal platform known as powerYou. Other favorites include “Colleagues2Colleauges” training and language courses provided at work.

To trust.
Building a stable partnership based on mutual trust is the goal we set out to achieve. We do not want to limit our cooperation and partnership to simply finding good candidates. Our ambition is to be a partner and an advisor to our client. We always strive to find the optimal solution and come up with fresh ideas through which our clients can reach the expected result.

To innovations.
The global company ManpowerGroup develops its own technology that allows the company to be a step ahead of the competition even in a fastchanging job market. The original digital platforms for evaluating candidates’ skills such as DigiQuotient, LearnabilityQuotient, and SkillsInSight allow candidates to find out about their digital savviness, their ability to learn and grow during their career, and the level of success they might achieve in the specific job position.
ManpowerGroup has been an official partner of the European Viva Tech conference for several years, presenting new innovative ideas that shape the future of the world of work. ManpowerGroup is a strategic partner of the World Economic Forum. Since 2003, it has been bringing its clients daring ideas on how to reskill / upskill their employees, move their strategy into the digital age or achieve gender equality in the workplace.


THE WORLD HAS BEEN IN A RARE SITUATION THAT HAS SHAKEN THE PRIORITIES OF THE ENTIRE POPULATION FOR OVER A YEAR NOW. IN WHAT WAYS HAS THE PANDEMIC AFFECTED THE JOB MARKET?

The pandemic has mainly accelerated the change of course the job market has already been experiencing for some time. This change of course has accelerated the process of automation, digitisation and the implementation of new technology in different organisations. ManpowerGroup has been focusing on these changes for a long time and conducting a series of surveys to map out and quantify their characteristics. The Skills Revolution 4.0 Human Wanted: Robots Need You survey showed that, despite general opinion, employers are planning to increase or maintain the existing number of employees as a result of automation.

ManpowerGroup is actively building and enforcing the culture of learnability and talent development. We advise our clients to support their employees in continuous learning through new forms: for example, through short and narrowly oriented courses that will allow them to maintain their qualifications and compete when technology is significantly changing company business models and the job market as well.

The What Workers Want #2 survey shows the new future of the world of work. There must be more room for workforce flexibility, diversity, health and well-being.

HOW DO YOU PERSONALLY MANAGE THE WORK-LIFE BALANCE?

For me, the best stress “destroyers” are my four-legged friends and a blooming garden. I really enjoy reading and find happiness in delicious food with good company. I am aware of the importance of rest and regaining strength and inspiration. That applies to all working people regardless of their position or age.

This article has been brought to you by ManpowerGroup Slovakia.

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