Membership in the BDU (Federal Association of German Consultancies)

Our membership in the BDU is very important to us. The close cooperation with the BDU and other BDU-qualified consultancies clearly sets us apart from mass-oriented placement agencies. Thanks to this membership, we will be able to expand our high-quality personnel consulting standards by offering new services to our clients and candidates.


With its membership in the BDU, the IT-Personalberatung firmly commits to comply with the principles of proper and qualified personnel consulting of the BDU during the entire consulting process. Our main focus lies on finding, selecting and recruiting qualified candidates for our clients' executive, sales and specialist positions.


Our commitment to quality applies equally to clients, prospects and candidates and is monitored and ensured by the independent association court of the BDU.


The official principles of the BDU can be found here:

An ideal personnel consulting project at the IT-Personalberatung involves the following phases and strictly complies with the principles of the BDU:

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1. Initial conversation with the client, presentation of services offered by the IT personnel consultant and determination of the basic conditions of the consulting contract
2. Entering into cooperation agreements, typically consisting of a framework agreement, a corresponding additional agreement for the search project and an annexed customized requirement profile
3. Preparation and concept development for the search and selection process
4. Implementation of the multi-stage search and selection process
5. Assessment of candidate documents
6. Personal interviews of candidates
7. Conducting personality and suitability tests (optional)
8. Confidential candidate reports for our clients
9. Presenting the candidate to the client, assistance during job interviews upon request
10. Providing advice during the entire application process
11. Taking up references (optional)
12. Support during the contract phase between the client and the candidates
13. Further support during the probationary period

For reasons of readability, we sometimes use the masculine form of address in the course of the text. Of course, we and our clients welcome people of any gender identity.