Recruitment Strategies.pptx - Recruitment Strategies in Japan By Sherry Hughes Strayer University 03 May 2019 Recruitment Strategies In Japan Challenges

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Unformatted text preview: Recruitment Strategies in Japan By Sherry Hughes Strayer University 03 May 2019 Recruitment Strategies In Japan Challenges of Recruitment Recruitment in Japan is very difficult because of several reasons Limited talented pool Rarity of foreign educated staf Language barriers Rigid Career structure Recruitment Strategies in Japan Successful Recruitment Strategies Due to cultural specifics employers need to up their game considerably enough to attract and keep talent in Japan Some of the strategies employers use in recruitment include The Network Power Recruiting Agencies The internet Recruitment Strategies in Japan Interviewing Japanese Candidates It is worth keeping in mind certain cultural traits when interviewing Japanese candidates Modesty Honesty Recruitment Strategies in Japan Recruitment Factors to consider Prioritizing English skills over job skills A skilled person who is most competent with the job profile should be hired Realistic and clear job specifications Clarity is extremely important while providing job description to the candidates in Japan Recruitment Strategies in Japan Recruitment Factors to consider Japanese strategy Japanese candidates always appreciate that their future managers have done extensive research on Japan and its culture. Forgoing reference checks Japanese are considered as land of honest people therefore they don’t perform reference checks. Career path The Japanese are extremely cautious about the role and the hierarchy level possible. Recruitment Strategies in Japan Conclusion Japan is a country of honest people and they prefer clarity in their roles and responsibilities. They don’t like to work after duty hours and avoid extra roles and responsibilities. They aim at the top and therefore, prefer a clear and hierarchy path. T The job description is a great importance to them and hence, they realistic job profile, not a role demanding everything ranging widely. References Gamage, A. S. (2014). Recruitment and selection practices in manufacturing SMEs in Japan: An analysis of the link with business performance. Ruhuna Journal of Management and Finance, 1(1), 37-52. Hatchell, J. (August 22, 2014). How to Overcome Common Recruitment Pitfalls in Japan Retrieved Jan 28, 2016, from http:// ...
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