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5 reasons to set up a traineeship in your organisation
A traineeship is a structured program for recent graduates or young professionals, in which they get the opportunity to gain work experience while being trained in various aspects of the company.
Data is everywhere
While businesses are eager to harness the power of data, its true value lies in skilled individuals who can extract insights and effectively communicate them.
3 reasons why data talents can’t make a career choice
In this article, we dig deeper in the reasons why data talents have a tough time choosing a job in the hope it will be easier for you. A little bit at least 😉
What is talent development?
Why is talent development important for organizations? Who is responsible for it and what forms of talent development exist? An overview.
Young talents and their stressors when choosing a first job
In this article, we’ll dig deeper into the stressors that young talents are facing when it comes to picking their first job. So read on and discover some of our tips to lower your stress.
How to become a successful scrum master with Ormit Talent and BNP Paribas Fortis
In this blog, we give you an insight into the most important skills of a scrum master and a sneak peek at our training program in cooperation with BNP Paribas Fortis.
Talent development of future leaders at Ormit Talent
Organisations and talents need a talent development policy. Let’s take a deep-dive into Ormit Talent’s approach.
What does personal leadership mean to you?
Part 2: personal leadership. We asked a number of trainees and a manager what leadership means to them.
What does leadership mean to you?
Part 1: leadership. We asked a number of trainees and a manager what leadership means to them.
Not rugby players. Scrum masters.
What’s the role of a scrum master within scrum? Understanding the role of a scrum master starts by understanding the mindset behind it.
IT is more than zero and one
A passion for IT. Curious about coding and software development. With databases as part of your comfort zone. Plenty of recruiters are looking for tech talents like you.
What a dead cat and talent recruitment have in common
Ormit Talent annually recruits about fifty young, ambitious talents. For this, we developed a unique selection process. Discover our formula for success here.
The war for talent: 4 remarkable evolutions
How should my organization respond to the war for talent? Download our free tips here and effortlessly adapt your strategy to the changing job market!
Engaging and retaining talent: here’s how to do it
Increase retention rates and reap on the efforts of young talent. Five axes of action for engaging young talent.
Human skills every data talent needs
An analytical background and curious about the universe of data? Plenty of companies are looking for talents like you!
Business and data professionals in therapy: how to achieve a perfect marriage?
The better the interaction between your data team and business professionals, the more successful you can work with data. Ormit Talent sits down with both parties and provides tips on how to set up an effective collaboration.
Leadership in the eyes of young talent
CEO Thomas De Wulf talked to five young, ambitious talents. What do these future leaders expect from their leaders? And how do they view leadership? Let’s dive in!
Types of traineeships
Traineeships come in many different shapes and forms. To help you find your perfect match, we made a list of the most important series in the big world of traineeships.
What makes Ormit Talent special?
We are convinced Ormit Talent is a unique place to work. Our values are what sets us apart. Interested in experiencing Ormit Talent?
First aid in search for data talent: who’s who?
The right data talent for your organization? A clear job description is key. Ormit Talent highlights the most important differences between data profiles in this E-book.
Data science: in the sweet spot between science and business
Getting started with your big data? The data scientist knows how! Ormit Talent explains what data science is and how it enhances your decision-making process.
How do we use the Ormit Talent leadership model?
We translated our vision on leadership in 5 essential aspects. Discover how we use them at Ormit Talent.
What is a traineeship?
Find out in 3 steps what a traineeship exactly is. It might be something for you!
The heart of data: why are human skills in data so important?
The possibilities of data are endless. As an organization, it is tempting to collect as much knowledge as possible and have it flow to other departments. Yet that offers no guarantee that your people will actually put these insights to work. A lot of human skills are needed to make that translation.
I’m transitioning…. from student to professional. 5 tips on how to make this transition a success.
The first steps into the professional world are not always that comfortable. Read our 5 tips to make it a succes!
Multinational or start-up? Only you can decide!
A job in a multinational or a start-up? We listed the main characteristics to support you in your decision!
Benefits of an Ormit Talent traineeship
An Ormit Talent traineeship is the best choice at the start of your career. Why? Discover our 5 distinguishing factors.
6 ways to foster a deeper connection in a hybrid workforce
Our hybrid way of working doesn’t make it easier to make meaningful connections at work, let alone friends. But, hybrid working is here to stay. So how do you maintain these connections in this new reality? Here are 6 ways to foster a deeper connection.
Become more attractive on the labour market? A few tips!
The labour market is tight. It is difficult to find and keep the right employees. Because just like you, other companies are looking for identical profiles, so everyone is fishing in the same pool. But how do you profile yourself as an attractive employer to which young talents are happy to send their CVs? A few tips!
Want to launch a traineeship? Make an impact with an Ormit Talent.
New employees who make an impact don’t just come knocking. Ormit Talent has everything you need to attract young talent that will bring change to your organization.
SOS Talent! 6 different ways to attract young talent
You are urgently looking for talent to strengthen your organization. You need reinforcement to make an impact. Do you opt for talent on a short or long term basis? Are you looking for an external party to match your company with the right people? Or will you go for an in-depth, internal traineeship for starters? Use these insights to make an informed choice and choose talent that brings change.
4 tips to support young talent
Experienced colleagues who are willing and interested in young talent are the key to organisational success. When you combine such talented colleagues’ experience and knowledge with a career starter’s eagerness to learn, playfulness and humility, their potential is sure to reveal itself quickly. How can you ensure that your organisation provides newcomers with the support they need, though? We have 4 tips to support young talent that will give you a good start.
Why your organisation benefits from inexperienced talent
Young, inexperienced starters often perform better than your experienced permanent staff. Wondering what makes these inexperienced trainees so successful? Find out here!
Invest in talent. Make the switch from constant outsourcing to a talent pipeline.
Changes happen fast. Your company wants to move forwards. Are you looking for that one special data analyst, data scientist, data engineer, security specialist, project support officer, digital marketer or product owner? We can find them for you.
From CEO to Chief Emergency Officer – 6 insights from Thomas De Wulf
Let’s have a talk with our CEO and discover the secrets of his success.
Don’t let routine prevent you from making good decisions
Even if you’re an old hand, it can be a good idea to assume a ‘rookie smart’ mindset and switch off that autopilot on occasion. What is this mindset, and how can you make yourself take a fresh look at familiar situations?
The power of reverse mentoring
Young starters provide fresh perspectives that benefit you and other more established colleagues. Read the article to see how reverse mentoring plays a crucial role in exchanging this knowledge.
Clash of the ships: internship vs traineeship
Although traineeships and internships might look like twins, there are some differences. Discover them in our blog.
Ormit Talent to focus on the development and retention of a new generation of ‘special ones’
Why data alone is not enough to be successful
Do you have a grip on the impact the crisis has on your business? What does your data tell you? Organizations investing in a data-driven transformation have an answer to these questions. They will be successful in the future that already started.
How to be the bank for a changing world — and keep it that way
BNP Paribas Fortis is, to quote their baseline, the bank for a changing world. Today, that changing world looks more like a bullet train anchored to a rollercoaster track. It’s fintech, techfin, blockchain and disruption on all sides. They count on talents from Ormit Talent for a fresh take on things.
Consultancy without cons
5 reasons why you don’t want an ordinary consultant (and just as many reasons why you should hire an extraordinary one)
Data trainees predict Champions League winner via machine learning [Update April 2022]
We combined our passion for data and football in an ambitious data project: predict the winner of the Champions League 2021-2022. Data trainees Jonathan Kemel and Tom Martens, nice to meet you!
Learning & Development in your organization: DIY or shopping around?
When it comes to learning and development, the classic dilemma pops up: do we give training ourselves or should we go for an external partner? We listed up some pros and cons for you to make a better decision!
The secret ingredients of setting-up a successful soft-skill training
Here are 4 elements we believe are necessary to really create learning moments that stick.