It is with great pleasure that I am writing to endorse the services at RGF. For the last 2 years, the IT division at Gaba had been searching for applicants who are well balanced (Skills, Personality, and Salary Expectations). Soon after meeting Jesse, and explaining our needs, we had applicants matching our JDs lined up, and in our interview rooms. It wasn’t long before we had found an applicant that matches our criteria. I hope that you will have the same good fortune with their services
RGF’s team has a great network in finance IT, always offering me various opportunities to grow in my career. At the time of interviews RGF continuously gave me valuable advice and support in a timely manner to get through them successfully, which was very considerate and something I had never experienced before.
After a long, painful and unfruitful recruiting process with several agencies, I engaged RGF. To my satisfaction, within one week, I was presented with several viable candidates. And, within one month we were in the process of making an offer to our new GM in Tokyo. If given one word to describe the experience, it would be: Professional. You won’t go wrong if you engage RGF to help you in looking for professionals in the finance/technology arena.
RGF has been a great recruiting partner, especially in hiring international talents. As we grow we are facing more and more needs for bilingual staff who can take on international business affairs. RGF has been supporting us not only to identify, but also to engage with our candidates and handhold the whole recruitment process. We are grateful for your help and would like to keep up this sound relationship.
It has been a great experience working with a headhunter who knows the industry and people – and, most importantly, our corporate culture. From my experience of working with many boutique firms, they usually send us many resumes that are okay. However, with RGF, they will only send us candidates with good qualifications, which is timesaving for us and satisfies our human resources managers.
RECRUIT has moved on from its initial advertising roots, creating Japan's largest recruiting company, and moving into travel, housing, beauty and developing the "Free Paper Trend" in Japan. In a changing world the growing company will have to adapt and integrate to continue to dominate. See the full article (in Japanese) below:
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RECRUIT president Masumi Minegishi shares his thoughts on our upcoming Initial Public Offering and how Recruit aims to be number 1 globally.
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TOKYO (Nikkei)--Recruit Co. will seek to go public within a few years in an effort to diversify financing sources for overseas business acquisitions, sources within the staffing and information services provider said Monday.
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A first-time human resources networking event organized by RGF, in collaboration with Ron Zacapa, a luxury spirit from MHD, took place in central Tokyo on 30 May. Coinciding with RGF’s 1st Anniversary, HR leaders were invited from a broad range of industries – representative of our client base – including Financial Services, Luxury Consumer Goods, Apparel, Hospitality, Technology, and Medical industries. Also in attendance were representatives from Recruit Agent Japan. The highly successful and enjoyable gathering signals the first of many RGF networking events for the HR community.
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