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  • Interview with Manika Mey, Associate Director – Co-Founder

    You co founded Axelyo, what is your activity and what are your missions? I participated in the creation of Axelyo in 2016. My motivations were numerous: to better serve my customers within a structure that promotes autonomy, freedom and a real entrepreneurial spirit. I also wanted to provide a tailor-made, high-quality service to both candidates …

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  • axelyo, Partner of the Aerospace Cluster Auvergne Rhône Alpes

    We are pleased to announce that AXELYO, represented by Eric BOTHIER, has been selected as an Aerospace Cluster Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Partner, in the “Human Resources” category, for the next 3 years. axelyo thus reinforces its positioning as a specialist in Recruitment I Executive Search in the Aerospace industry.  

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    Hard vs Soft Skills – How to put an end to the failure to recruit executives by cooptation

    By Frédéric Chomel, Executive Search Partner, 7th october 2019 According to APEC (Association pour l’Emploi des Cadres), 37% of executive recruitment is carried out through cooptation or recommendations from professional or personal networks, which is still nearly 100,000 people per year in France! In view of the exchanges we have been able to carry out …

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    Neuroscience: the future of recruitment?

    By Frédéric Chomel, Executive Search Partner, 18th april 2019 The French journalist, writer and founder of Figaro Magazine, Louis Pauwels said: “The future of man is his brain. “At a time when digital tools are becoming increasingly important in recruitment processes, behavioural and spiritual sciences also seem to have a say. Accenture relies on neuroscience …

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    Recruiting internationally : a question of adaptation!

    by Manika Mey, Associate Director axelyo, September 17, 2018 Recruiting internationally requires many specific skills. An insight into a practice that is becoming more and more common in this new ultra-connected world. Recruiter : A domestic, very Franco-French profession ? Undoubtedly. And yet,  the needs for recruiting talents beyond our borders are numerous and strategic, …

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