エンワールド・ジャパンのCXO佐藤 有さんと外国籍社員のダニエルさん

【en world Japan K.K.】Part1 – Creating a Corporate Culture to enable success of all our diverse people

en world Japan K.K. (“EWJ”) was originally established as Wall Street Associates K.K. (“WSA”) by a British founder specializing in financial services and executive recruitment. In 2010, it became part of en-Japan Inc. and rebranded as en world Japan. Currently, half of the management are non-Japanese. In the beginning, most of the employees were non-Japanese. However, as the number of Japanese gradually increased, it has become a Japanese multinational corporation. In this first interview, we are joined by Mr. Yu Sato who determines HR strategy at EWJ.

【Link Japan Careers Inc.】 Part2 – Understanding the Japanese heart and culture to contribute to the society

Link Japan Careers Inc. (hereinafter “Link Japan Careers”) is a company which offers employment and living support for foreign talents, mainly English teachers in Japan. Last time we interviewed Mr. Ishikawa, who has been with the company since it was founded, about its services and atmosphere of the company. In this second interview, we interviewed Mr. Wallace, who became an employee of Link Japan Careers from ALT (Assistant Language Teacher).

【Link Japan Careers Inc.】 Part1 – Support foreign talents who want to work in Japan from the same perspective

Link Japan Careers Inc. (hereinafter “Link Japan Careers”) is a company which offers employment and living support for foreign talent, focusing mainly on English teachers in Japan. It also supports other customers, companies and local governments, for employment or training of foreign talent. In this first article, we interviewed Mr. Ishikawa, who has been with the company since it was founded.

インタビューを受ける株式会社パソナの李 妍暻さん

【Pasona Inc.】Part 2 – Privilege of being a part of changing someone’s life

In the Global Business Management Division, which we interviewed this time, foreign talents account for 30% of the employees. They offer business such as recruiting global talent, outsourcing services for overseas human resources, global training programs, and HR consulting to support Japanese companies become more global. Today we interviewed Miss Lee, who is from Korea and one of the unit heads of the Global Search BusinessDepartment.