Agnes is a French candidate of ours who we helped find a great role in Customer Service. We asked for her take on some challenges and benefits of moving to the Netherlands, and starting a whole new life here.Read Candidate Success Story: Agnes from France
Customer service has become one of the most valuable assets of a company’s puzzle. Customers these days already expect high quality and good working products/services, and now are demanding excellent, fast, and precise customer support; whether it be via chat, email, or over the phone. This type of position is in high demand in the Netherlands. Many of our clients are looking for customer service reps to join their ever-growing teams. Are you thinking about going into a similar role? Here’s some information on what to expect and what will be expected of you.Read Customer Service: What it takes to be a great representative
Sickness, stolen items, broken bones or windows, and fender benders. A few of the things in life we all so our best to avoid, however life never comes without these inconveniences and pain in our wallets or limbs. Thankfully though, there’s insurance.Read Types of Insurance in the Netherlands.
The best sales people can sell anything, including themselves. In any interview, you become the seller of your own brand but when you’re discussing a sales role, your presentation and proof of experience will be of the utmost importance. Here are our tips for preparing for a sales interview.Read How to prepare for a sales interview.
Dutch business culture, how does it compare to the rest of the world? Though Abroad Experience mainly works with international companies with offices in the Netherlands, we also work closely with Dutch companies (with international teams), that provide a Dutch working culture. It’s not the most complicated of environments, there are just a couple of features which are distinctly Dutch, as, with all cultures, this may take a little time to get used to.Read Dutch Business Culture: What to expect.