Finding (and keeping) YOUR STAR RECRUITS IN JAPAN 本文へジャンプ

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Kenichiro Yadokoro, the author of this book, he have been involved in recruiting men and women for more than twenty years, and have interviewed more than ten thousand candidates for Japanese companies. In this book, he shares his recruiting and interviewing skills to help recruiters find the right staff. A complete guide for HR professionals and job seekers.





In this book, I shall share my recruiting and interviewing skills to help recruiters find the right staff.

It would be my pleasure to know if the skills and tips in this book help you find your perfect match.

Table of contents


  • CHAPTER 1 REVIEW YOUR RECRUITMENT SYSTEM
       1 Send out a strong message
       2 Revitalize your processes
       3 Think about the characteristics of your applicants
       4 Review your working environment
       5 Do not judge a book by its cover
       6 Know your company well
       7 Know what makes your company stand out from others
       8 Be aggressive during recruitment
       9 Determine whom you should (and should not) hire
       10 Give the recruitment staffa common purpose
    Column1 Attract interest of job hunters through events
  • CHAPTER 2SCRUTINIZE THE APPLICATION
       1 Points in the résumé you should verify
       2 Points in the entry sheet you should verify (fresh grads)
       3 Points in the CV you should verify (mid-career)

    Column2 Point out the applicant’s mistakes
  • CHAPTER 3 KNOW THE BASICS OF INTERVIEWING
       1 Guidance for interviewers
       2 Three features to focus on
       3 Understand the applicant’s point of view
       4 Do not conduct an interview with a condescending attitude
       5 Qualities of a good interviewer
       6 Traps interviewers fall into easily
       7 Training tips for a likable interviewer
       8 How to construct an interview
       9 Constructing a trust relationship with the applicant
       10 Find the applicant through two-way communication
       11 Apply Maslow’s law
       12 Check out their EQ
       13 Interviews for casual and part-time jobs.
       14 See through their lies
       15 Conduct an aptitude test

    Column3 A word to relieve the tension
       
  • CHAPTER 4 FIND THE TRUTH BEHIND ACTIONS AND ATTITUDES
       1 See form the process of application to visiting the company
       2 From their attitude in the waiting room
       3 From their handling of eraser scraps
       4 From their group work (fresh grads)
       5 From their greetings, tone of speech and eye contact
       6 From their way of drinking tea
       7 From their of leaving the room

    Column4 First impressions
  • CHAPTER 5 ASK THE STANDARD QUESTIONS
      1 Reason for applying
       2 Self-evaluation
       3 Strengths and weaknesses
       4 School / academic life (fresh grads)
       5 Job history (mid-career)
       6 Reason for leaving (mid-career)
       7 Give the standard questions a twist

    Column5 Pros and cons of standard questions
  • CHAPTER 6 ASK MORE SPECIFIC QUESTIONS
       1 Desk jobs (job-related questions)
       2 Sales jobs (job-related questions)
       3 Shop assistant and manager jobs (job-related questions)
       4 Technical jobs (job-related questions)
       5 Manufacturing jobs (job-related questions)
       6 Managerial jobs
       7 To catch the applicant by surprise
       8 To gain an insight into the applicant’scommunication skills
       9 To gain an insight into the applicant’s ability to accommodate
       10 To gain an insight into the applicant’s sense of responsibility
       11 To gain an insight into the applicant’s stress tolerance
       12 To gain an insight into the applicant’s enthusiasm for a new field
       13 Questions one hesitates to ask
       14 Insights from questions the applicant asks

    Column6 Bring existing staff into the picture
  • CHAPTER 7 PREVENT YOUR UNOFFICIAL OFFER BEING DECLINED
       1 Understand the applicant’s psychology
       2 Check for falsehoods during the adoption stage
       3 Follow-up applicants who are given an unofficial offer (fresh grads)
       4 Follow-up applicants who are given an unofficial offer (mid-career recruits)

    Column7Think about what to do when the applicant declines your offer
  • CHAPTER 8 CARE FOR YOUR NEW STAFF
       1 Setting in the fresh grad recruits
       2 Ask new staff to hand in a monthly report to HR
       3 Make full use of the career sheet
  • CHAPTER 9 HELPFUL DOCUMENTS
       HELPFUL DOCUMENTS
       Employment situation in Japan
       AFTERWORD
       Author’s profile
       


Kenichiro Yadokoro
CEO of Career Domain, Co. Ltd.

A member of Japan Career Development Association, Career development advisor (CDA)


Yadokoro studied overseas in a state high school in New York while attending the University of Tokyo Secondary School attached to the Faculty of Education. After his graduation from Musashi University with an economics degree, he started working for Yanase & Co. and then moved to Socie World Co. where he was involved in recruitment activities. In Tsunahachi Co. he became an experienced HR manager. Since then he has been working free-lance in the field of recruitment. He offers sample interviews to job-hunters and a HR consultancy, and has lectured on recruitment to more than ten thousand people.



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First published in Japan 2014 with the title Yoi jinzai wo minuku SAIYOU MENSETSU POINT, copyright c Kenichiro Yadokoro 2014 by KEIEISHOIN, SANRO Research Institute, Inc.



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