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Government provides clarity The UK government set out further details yesterday on its points-based immigration system. The new arrangements will take effect from 1 January 2021, once freedom of movement with th...

Extremely proud of all our European healthcare professionals! At EPSN Workforce, recruiting international medical & healthcare professionals is part of our core business. This article is a shout out to all these superheroes. Coronavirus: state of emerge...

EPSN Workforce & International recruitment: what to arrange when you are going to work abroad Working abroad is an awesome challenge, but here at EPSN Workforce we understand that this step can be quite exciting or even a little scary. Therefore, we can help you arrange everything. Relocati...

Problems finding doctors and nurses? Look across the border! One of the areas EPSN Workforce is specialised in, is medical healthcare. This is not without reason: study shows that doctors and nurses are willing to leave their country for the perfect job. We hel...

Recruitment Preparations In recruitment, it is common to share the reasons for not selecting a candidate following an interview. But wouldn’t it be lovely to know? What actions you can take to ensure you have the b...

Brexit transition period till 31 December 2020 As you will be aware, the UK has now left the European Union (EU) and entered into a transition period ending on 31 December 2020. During this period, the UK will continue to follow and abide by the E...

Recruitment & Generations Generation Y, X or Z: This recruitment advice could be useful for every generation Lots of industries are focusing on differences between generations. But did you take into account that there ar...

International recruitment & video calls All kind of tools to use for conference / video calls Do you often have international calls? A good conference or video call tool can help you do your work even better. In this blog we share seve...

One-half of jobseekers turn down offer due to bad hiring experience More than nine in 10 (92 per cent) of jobseekers in the United States have experienced poor recruiting practices at some point in their career — and 49 per cent have turned down an offer from...

Expat fair in The Netherlands THE LEADING EXPAT FAIR IN THE NETHERLANDS Expats are citizens of the world, but they still have local needs. Whether you’re a new arrival or long-term resident, there’s a lot to learn a...

BREXIT 31-10-2019 Key points: EU candidates can still come to work in the UK. EU candidate will have to apply for the new Euro Temporary Leave to remain visa which lasts for 36 months and then re-apply after th...

Several UK sectors grappling with acute labour shortages Britain’s economy is the closest it has been to full employment since the early 1970s — with the jobless rate now at 4 per cent — and companies are finding it harder to hire the righ...

Why hospitality is facing a labour, not skills, shortage Steven Freudmann, chair of the Institute of Travel & Tourism, assesses the impact a potential post-Brexit salary threshold for international workers would have on the sector. In 2011, in respon...

Critical shortage of engineering graduates 55% decrease in civil and building engineering graduates over the last five years. An acute shortage of engineering graduates means there will not be enough qualified workers to meet the country&rs...

Many hospitals in The Netherlands only to perform emergency surgeries this summer According to a survey of 14 hospitals in the Netherlands by the newspaper AD, the majority will be forced to shut their operating theatres this summer due to staffing shortages and ho...