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All over Alsace, the Harry Hope firm provides recruitment solutions to meet the needs of companies but also the professional projects of candidates. The Harry Hope team is a clever mix between modernity with precise digital sourcing tools and authenticity with privileged relationships woven over time. Beyond the professional aspect, human relations define the recruitment business and require special attention.
Harry Hope recruiters put to good use their experience acquired in international recruitment firms. Detecting talents, identifying personalities and understanding the needs of entrepreneurs are part of the panel of services that the Harry Hope team deploys. In order to guarantee efficient recruitment and a harmonious employer-employee collaboration, remuneration for success is practiced.
Located at 3 Quai Jacques Sturm in Strasbourg, the Harry Hope recruitment agency is strategically situated between the station and the European Parliament. Close to its clients, the team of recruiters is keen to be at the heart of the region so as to be able to help local businesses grow and contribute to their development. Recruitment is a key sector in the economic growth and attractiveness of a region like Alsace.
Recruiting in Strasbourg and Alsace
With Germany and Switzerland nearby, the people of Alsace may be tempted to work across the border. When a recruitment process is initiated, German and Swiss competition can then be a brake. The advantages of other countries are also likely to represent bargaining points that should be anticipated.
Nevertheless, Strasbourg and its region remain an important crossroads of activity. Indeed, the Eurometropolis and its economic dynamism represents a significant pool of opportunities. Workers from foreign countries are also an asset to be considered, especially the Germans. Due to the presence of the European institutions, many nationalities cross the territory and make all the companies prosper.
Historically industrial, both Haut-Rhin and Bas-Rhin are beginning to move towards the tertiary sector. It is mainly in cities such as Mulhouse and Strasbourg that services are developing the most. However, the fruitful industries remain numerous: the agro-food industry notably with the wine and beer sectors (60% of the national volume of beer is produced in Alsace) but also chocolate, confectionery, industrial charcuterie, sugar refining, coffee roasting, cereals or mineral and spring water. The energy, transport equipment and chemical sectors still account for a large part of the working population.
Living and working environment in Strasbourg, Alsace
Alsace is at the crossroads of France, Germany and Switzerland with just as many riches to discover just a short distance away. The region has many natural and historical points of interest with its massifs, its vineyards, the famous Alsace wine route, its castles... for lovers of the countryside. Strasbourg and its famous Cathedral "Notre Dame de Strasbourg" will delight the most urban dwellers, all the amenities of a large metropolis are to be found here as well as all the associated distractions. Dynamic, commercial and authentic with its Petite France district and its half-timbered houses, Strasbourg is also modern with its European districts. Alsace doesn't stop at Strasbourg, charming cities such as Mulhouse, Colmar, Haguenau, Sélestat, Saverne and small towns of character (Ribeauvillé, Kaysersberg...) are also perfect destinations to breathe after an intense week and just a stone's throw away from home.