Brexit spells the end of Freedom of Movement! If you are thinking of moving to Paris for work you currently have until end January 2020 (this “leave” date may change following the General Election results on the 12/12!). This article aims to offer practical information about working in France. If you need to know about Brexit and your rights to live and work in France, see our other article “Brexit: For working Brits in France“. Read more
Unemployment: changes from 1st November 2019 Read more
One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation‘. Arthur Ashe. Read more
Your CV is a reflection of your professional life … it says a lot about you! It is a key element to obtaining an interview. Below are some tips to achieve an effective resume.
With an unemployment rate of 8.7% (June 2019), we cannot speak of a shortage of workers but more so a shortage of skilled workers! This article is addressed to HRBP operating in France. It is intended to be general.
If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart. – Nelson Mandela
Speaking to many young people I am amazed that many of you have never heard of EURES! It’s the European Employment Service, the equivalent to the French Pôle Emploi, it’s Europe wide. Read more
As many of you already know SmartSteps often recruits bilingual assistants for our international clients. Over time candidate’s profiles have changed and I am hearing from candidates and clients that the job itself has evolved. So what is the situation today? Read more