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People First

People First

People First

Multisector recruiter providing a personal level of service across a wide range of sectors.

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Team China

Team China

Team China

Specialist recruiters for Chinese speakers, and recruitment solutions for Chinese businesses.

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Team Japan

Team Japan

Team Japan

Specialist recruiters for Japanese speakers, and recruitment solutions for Japanese businesses.

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Supply Chain

Supply Chain

Supply Chain

Leading recruiter for permanent, interim and temporary roles in Procurement, Supply Chain and Logistics

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Multilingual

Multilingual

Multilingual

Specialist recruiters for language speakers, and recruitment solutions for international businesses.

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Office Support

Office Support

Office Support

Your local recruiter for office jobs with local knowledge and high levels of personal service.

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Latest news

JAPAN – PRIME MINISTER LOOKS FOR WAYS TO INCREASE FOREIGN SKILLED WORKFORCE AMID LABOUR SHORTAGES (JAPAN TODAY) - 21/02/2018

The Japanese government will consider expanding the scope of foreign nationals permitted to work in Japan as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for a review of the existing framework amid severe labour shortages, reports Japan Today. The government will be looking into sectors facing labour shortages such as nursing care, agriculture and construction as well as examine visa requirements for high-skilled and low-skilled foreign workers. "We need to consider how the current program to accept foreign workers… Read more...

JAPAN – MORE THAN HALF OF FIRMS DO NOT PLAN TO RAISE BASE PAY IN 2018 - 21/02/2018

More than half of Japan’s companies do not plan to raise base pay in annual wage talks in coming months, according to survey data from Reuter and Nikkei Research.

The survey data comes after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and economic organisation Keidanren have called for wage rises of 3% to revitalise the economy and encourage consumption and inflation.

The data, which polled 240 companies, showed 52% said they would not raise base pay. The remaining… Read more...