[Haze Japan] About 70% of Japanese companies are willing to study abroad and hire experienced workers

Hayes Japan About 70% of Japanese companies are willing to study abroad and hire experienced workers 2019 Haze Asia Overseas Human Resource Survey …………………………………………………………………………………………… Hayes Specialist Recruitment Japan Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Managing Director: Richard Ardrey, hereinafter Hayes) has conducted a survey on the recruitment trend of global human resources overseas. “2019 Haze Asia Global Human Resources Report” was released. [Image

[August 14, 2019] Hayes Specialist Recruitment Japan Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Managing Director: Richard Ardrey, hereinafter Hayes) has conducted a survey on the recruitment trend of global human resources overseas. “2019 Haze Asia Global Human Resources Report” was released. The survey was conducted among job seekers and employers in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore, where Hayes operates, and 2185 respondents across Asia, including Japan. There are 182 respondents. You can download the survey report here. cloud.email.hays.com/JPLOSR?utm_source=PB&utm_medium=Website&utm_campaign=JPLOSR According to the report, it is clear that the majority of responding Japanese companies want to hire returnees and returnees from abroad, and the biggest merit is “language skills and communication skills” It has become. In addition, 67% of Japanese companies answered “Yes” regarding their intention to actively recruit global human resources who studied abroad or worked overseas in the next year. Furthermore, 79% of respondents answered that “Language skills and communication skills” were the most common advantage for companies to employ overseas returnees. 58% of respondents found that adopting the “advanced perspective on business” for their company is an important benefit. Positive view of returnees from abroad As for satisfaction with overseas returnees hired, 35% of employers answered “satisfactory” and 21% said “very satisfied”, and only 1% said “not satisfied” or “very satisfied” was. As a result, 90% of companies responded that they would like to recommend other overseas returnees to other companies. According to the findings, Richard Adley, Managing Director of Hayes Japan, commented: “Japan has an unprecedented shortage of human resources, and the prospects for recruiting human resources that are indispensable for promoting corporate growth are narrowing in Japan. Attention is coming to returnees from overseas. ” “Job seekers who have worked or studied abroad should show how their language skills and communication skills can help transform existing business processes and use them in business. Many companies appreciate the international experience and understanding of returnees from abroad in a globalized economy.When returning to Japan, overseas returnees fully understand the existing market conditions that are advantageous to them. You should make use of it. ” Asian trends In Asia as a whole, 80% of employers want to hire returnees from abroad. Of these, Hong Kong (88%) and China (87%) have the highest percentages, while Japan has 67%, and the intention to hire overseas returnees is the lowest in Asia. In general, the reasons for strong returnees from abroad are “intercultural understanding” (72%), “language skills and communication skills” (68%), and “different perspectives in business” (64%) There are many. In Hong Kong, China, and Japan, the ratio of “language skills and communication skills” is the highest, whereas in Singapore, “understanding of different cultures” and in Malaysia, “different perspectives in business” are the highest. The The survey found that 82% of employers across Asia are actively recruiting returnees from overseas over the next year, of which Hong Kong is the most likely to hire, at 88%. Japan has the lowest percentage at 67%. In addition, when asked hiring managers whether other companies in the same industry would like to hire returnees from overseas, 90% answered “I recommend”. Again, Hong Kong (94%) is the highest and Japan (84%) is the lowest. Hayes is a global recruitment expert who provides recruitment services for highly professional professionals. that’s all About Hayes Hayes (Headquarters: UK) is a specialist recruitment company that provides global human resources services. As of June 30, 2018, we provide high-skilled human resources services specialized in 20 specialized fields at 257 locations (total of 10,978 employees) in 34 countries and regions *. (* Japan, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland , Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States) About Hayes Specialist Recruitment Japan Co., Ltd. (Haze Japan) Established in Tokyo in 2001 as Hayes’ Japanese subsidiary, Hayes Japan has three domestic bases (Japan headquarters, Osaka branch, Yokohama branch). It is a foreign-affiliated recruitment agency. Familiarity with 17 specialized fields (accounting / finance, finance, finance technology, digital technology, marketing / digital, human resources, IT, insurance, legal, life sciences, office professionals, real estate, sales / marketing, supply chain, manufacturing) Experienced consultants provide four services: “full-time employee introduction”, “contract / temporary employee”, “recruitment outsourcing (RPO)”, and “IT solutions (outsourcing)” to improve recruitment of individuals and career advancement of individuals. I am supporting.

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