Staffchain.nl
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Staffchain

How do you set up a company that positions itself between recruitment and selection agencies and job boards? In any case with a clear story and a clear graphic signature. In addition to designing and developing the Umbraco website, we have created the new concept for Staffchain.

At Staffchain, you as an employer choose exactly what you need, without pre-determined processes. A good example are the modular vacancy packages under the menu item do-it-yourself recruitment.

As an employer you can choose and arrange online what Staffchain will provide for you. We have developed a product module for this with which visitors can easily select and request the desired services. You receive the request via e-mail and you can - if you wish - immediately pay via an iDeal payment link. For this we communicate with the payment provider's API. This way you as an end user can do business immediately.

Activities:
Design & Wireframes
Development
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Illustrative concept

The illustrative concept has also been implemented for the vacancy packages. The tone is fresh and smooth and striking in the recruitment industry. With the concept for Staffchain recruitment and selection from Tiel, we have made a clear visual distinction between employers and employees. This is partly due to the surface division of the colors, the icon set and the illustrations. The concept is also extended by Staffchain in offline expressions such as business cards, calendars and other house style carriers.

Illustrative concept

Otys link with Umbraco

Otys is a widely used recruitment software system. Nedfinity has written a link with Otys based on XML. For example, vacancies from the Otys system can be displayed within the new Staffchain website - created in Umbraco. Umbraco lends itself perfectly to realize custom work and to import and display data. To view the vacancies as specifically as possible, visitors to the website can use the developed filter for the website.

Otys link with Umbraco