Following the opening of new offices in Singapore last October and in Santiago, Chile, in early 2019, Catenon is happy to announce the opening of new offices in Romania in order to strengthen its operations, and thus address the growing need for talent in Eastern Europe.
The socio-economic situation in Europe, especially in the Balkan region over the recent years has caused the departure of professionals from these countries, in search of better situations in countries such as Germany, Italy or Spain, leaving local companies understaffed and delaying investments. It is estimated that more than 300,000 professionals are needed. “We find entrepreneurs frustrated because they can’t find the professionals they need,” says Alina Conu, founding partner of Kapital HR, a local company Catenon has formalized a strategic alliance with since last October and specialized in recruiting middle and high positions.
However, this situation is conducive to global recruitment.
“In Catenon we have detected a growing demand for middle and high positions, the majority of which are being covered by people coming mainly from Asian countries such as India, Pakistan or Tajikistan, because there are no local specialists”, adds Pablo Sánchez, Managing Director of Catenon. “In order for companies to invest and meet their business needs, they will need professionals who are not necessarily in Romania”.
This is where Catenon brings over 20 years of experience in the global talent acquisition. With 23 offices around the world, through technology and a specialized team, we work globally to identify, evaluate and present candidates from anywhere in the world to our clients. We have a technology that allows us to remove geographical barriers between candidates and employers, as well as a complete methodology that enables us to evaluate candidates wherever they are and to present the information collected online and interactively in our client web area.
“Our global approach will facilitate the recruitment of specialist professionals from other countries such as India or Turkey to Romania, and at the same time, will facilitate the identification of qualified professionals from Romania for other countries such as Germany or Spain”, says Pablo Sánchez. “Thanks to the technology that Catenon has developed in the last 20 years and our knowledge of the Romanian market, we will be able to offer our customers a comprehensive approach to recruitment”, adds Alina Conu.
Among our future plans, concludes our Managing Director, “we are working with the clear intention of continuing to develop our activity, with the increase of the turnover next year and the opening of more offices”.
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