Original article written and published by Silicon Canals
Our Regional Director (Europe), Nick Mortimer recently discussed with Silicon Canals how Troi is flipping the script on traditional recruitment and bringing its success to Amsterdam.
It is truly an accolade to be featured in Silicon Canals, Europe’s leading technology news source talking all things talent, and of course the ever-evolving hiring landscape.
For decades, talent managers or recruitment managers haven’t necessarily had a major spotlight on them. But the pandemic changed the script and forced them to not only find great talent differently but contend with new challenges like Brexit, The Great Resignation, and now the cost-of-living crisis.
“Consumer-led businesses have been hardest hit through the recent months which is a huge factor in their hiring strategies and whether they implement hiring freezes or not,” says Nick.
European expansion with Amsterdam and the Netherlands
The Netherlands has emerged as one of the prominent places for tech talent in the European Union right now. With expertise in specialist tech talent acquisition and knowledge of the major challenges facing global talent acquisition, Troi made the move to expand into Europe, choosing the Netherlands as its base.
“Opening up a headquarters in the heart of Amsterdam allows Troi to partner with global tech firms that are expanding into the Dutch territory, providing a complete end-to-end embedded recruitment service,” says Nick.
A cost-effective and expertise approach
In the past five years, Troi has become more than just hires. We’ve honed our recruiting skills to offer a complete end-to-end recruitment service.
We cover areas including:
- Employee branding and value proposition
- End-to-end service
- Salary and package benchmarking
- Omnichannel inbound/outbound strategy
- DE&I Process redesign
- Onboarding and retention
We’ve saved over €17M in recruitment costs compared to traditional recruitment agency spending so far, partnering with over 150 companies. We want to help you to achieve the same.