Aneta Arsovska is a talented and dedicated individual serving as the Talent Acquisition Consultant for Itecor’s Skopje office. Her role involves sourcing and attracting top-tier professionals who align with Itecor’s values and contribute to the company’s continued growth and success.
For over a year in the company, she has been the first person potential consultants see and meet in our Skopje office.
We are delighted to introduce you to Aneta through this short interview.
why did you join itecor?
I initially heard about Itecor through friends, knowing it’s a positive and pleasant working environment. I joined because of the people, friendly atmosphere and working environment, and culture…. this is a priority for me in choosing one company over another.
what made the best impression on you so far?
Undoubtedly, it is the remarkable company culture and commitment to its core values that have left the strongest impression on me. The individuals in the company, the colleagues, and the management style. I like the way the work flows smoothly.
Furthermore, I value the appreciation and high regard given to every team member, regardless of their position.
thinking about our values, which one do you relate to the most and why?
In my role as a talent acquisition consultant, I believe that listening is of the greatest importance.
When working in recruitment, a person must have exceptional listening skills and often think creatively to address the needs of both candidates and the organisation.
what do you enjoy most about working as a talent acquisition consultant?
A talent acquisition consultant is a dynamic position, especially in the IT branch.
The most rewarding aspect of my job lies in the ability to positively impact people’s lives. The opportunity to match talent with organisations creates a great sense of purpose and fulfilment for me as an individual.
regarding itecor skopje’s and your approach to talent acquisition, what holds the highest priority?
What is a high priority for me is providing good feedback to the potential candidate. Regardless of the outcome of the application process, providing timely feedback and clear communication to the candidate is crucial for us.
Overall, effective, respectful, and transparent communication, attention to detail when presenting the company and a job position, and appreciation for the time invested by all parties involved are of utmost importance.
what do you like to do in your personal time, and how does it relate to your everyday work?
When I don’t recruit people, I love being surrounded by people, and I fully embrace the identity of a “people person”.
When I’m not working, I engage in outdoor activities like mountain hiking or biking. Being outdoors provides me with an invaluable opportunity to rejuvenate and recharge.
The ability to connect with nature offers a deeply rewarding experience. It allows me to approach my work with renewed energy, creativity, and clarity.
what did you do before working in talent acquisition?
Before working in talent acquisition, I was a radio personality, which served as an extension of my voluntary work with a local health education and research association. For several years, my everyday life revolved around engaging with people, exchanging knowledge, and fostering meaningful connections.
Perhaps, this naturally led me to my current role in recruitment, where effective communication and understanding of people’s needs are the main focus.