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Total HR

  • Sportyvna Sq.3, 2 floor
  • Kyiv
  • Ukraine


Total HR is a part of Brain Source Corporation (www.brain-source.com)

Total HR specializes in management of large-scale HR projects for multinational companies in Eastern Europe and CIS.

Our main benefit is that we possess our own network of regional offices throughout Ukraine and CIS as well as availability of financial and HR resources for implementation of large scale projects in the following areas:

  1. Assessment and research

  2. Bulk recruitment

  3. Temporary staffing
HR outsourcing including RPO (Recruitment Process Outsourcing)

  5. Outplacement services

Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO): Recruitment process can be very expensive and time consuming. Outsourcing some of recruiting routine to external provider will be a good idea. These routine includes but not limits to job market research, database and internet search, preparation of long and short lists of candidates, candidates pre-screening and pre-selection. Why to employ internal researchers when this job can be done externally for the same or less price? If you are still hesitating, give it a try with our free of charge trial. Global coverage. Daily rates.
World standards
Total HR experts possess strong professional background in recruitment and assessment. Our senior consultants are certified by world leading HR training firms.
We have successful working relations with a number of multinational companies such as Procter and Gamble, Lego, Philip Morris, British American Tobacco, Sun Inbev, Scania, Dickerhoff, Lindstrom, Shaffler and many others.
Values and competencies
Any person that we hire into our organisation possesses high level of responsibility and drive for leadership.

We strongly believe that an organisation with a focus on producing products and services on the bases of key competencies of its people will always succeed in business.

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