Shuwa System Co., Ltd.
A small company should take pride in seeking talent! “People who should be hired, who should not be hired, 2nd edition”, which explains 50 new common sense that managers and recruiters should know, released by Shuwa System on December 13, 2022
Techniques for spotting applicants for small companies struggling to hire
Shuwa System Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Chairman and President Tomokazu Ueda) announced on December 13, 2022, a new book “People to hire, people to not hire, 2nd edition. Technology” will be published.
In this book, for managers and recruiters of small and medium-sized enterprises who are worried about hiring, we use a human resource evaluation method originating in the United States to identify “highly productive applicants who will play an active role after joining the company” from the essence of the person. “50 new common sense” was explained in detail.
■ From “Introduction”
The “new common sense” conveyed in this book is based on the concept of “human resources”. “Facing a person” is an extremely unrefined effort to “keep thinking about that person in an attempt to get to know that person”, and it is by no means a beautiful thing. It requires a great deal of energy and concentration, and cannot be done half-heartedly.
On the other hand, in Japan, old common sense and conventional wisdom are prevalent in personnel affairs, and they stand in the way of managers and those involved in recruiting who are about to face the recruitment process, robbing them of the power to face people. It will end up.
For example, many Japanese companies are bound by the conventional wisdom that many Japanese people still hold deep in their hearts that small companies cannot hire excellent people. They will continue to hamper their own growth by repeatedly hiring people who are full of compromises without having the energy or motivation to face applicants with all their might.
In this way, if you are forever bound by a concept that does not match reality and have fallen into a trance, you will not only be unable to face people, but you will not even be able to get to the right starting point for recruitment selection, an initiative that determines the fate of a company. It will run out.
In this book, I decided to delve into what part of the old common sense and conventional wisdom that many people still believe in deviates from the basic principles of things, without prejudice or compromising with society. The 50 New Common Senses, which have been peeled off one by one and replaced with rational arguments, should serve as a very reliable compass for those who are trying to steer toward “recruitment that faces people.”
Since our founding, all of the business owners who have visited us have had, to varying degrees, experiences of being hurt by “personal problems” in the past. There were people who had spent sleepless nights groaning, “Why did you pick someone like that?”
Everyone has said it in unison. “I never want to feel that way again!” “Recruitment troubles” include “cannot hire people” and “cannot hire good people”. I would like everyone who is troubled by the latter to read this book. I believe that you will find the answers to your questions in this book.
Table of contents (excerpt)
Chapter 1 What Happens at the Site of Recruitment Selection
◎There are so few people who should be recruited
◎ Japanese personnel affairs bound by old social conventions and common sense Chapter 2 Correct mindset of people who face recruiting
◎ A major premise when small and medium-sized enterprises work to recruit human resources
◎Recruitment of new graduates or mid-career
Chapter 3 Determine the nature of applicants
◎ What you need to know at a minimum to determine the applicant’s true thinking ability
◎Ascertain the state of mind of the applicant
Chapter 4 Small company hard work
◎In a world full of people who have no interest in others
◎As important as preventing infection
Book title People to hire People to not hire 2nd edition Techniques for spotting applicants for small companies struggling to hire Author: Noriaki Okuyama (Representative Director/Professional Assessor, Conceptualization Ability Development Institute Co., Ltd.) Regular price 1,650 yen (tax included)
Release date December 13, 2022
Rakuten Books https://books.rakuten.co.jp/rb/17317123/
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