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Column / 2024.05.10

【Company Interview】The Benefits of Hiring Non-Japanese Workers! ④

Discover Talented Non-Japanese Staff by Watching Their Self-Introduction Videos!
P Corporation, a human resources agency, has hired 13 non-Japanese employees through YOLO JAPAN. In this article, we will share the reasons why they decided to hire non-Japanese and about the non-Japanese they hired.

Q. Why did you want to hire a non-Japanese?
Our company places a high priority on promoting diversity, and we have previously implemented the "YOLO WORK" program. This program was successful in promoting diversity through non-Japanese recruitment, so we decided to implement it again this time.

Q. Have you ever hired a non-Japanese before?
Yes, we have.

Q. Why did you consider using YOLO JAPAN?
We decided to use it because of the large number of non-Japanese user.

Q. What are some good points about YOLO JAPAN's services and features?
We liked that we could check the residency status of applicants before the interview, and there are many non-Japanese from different countries registered.
We also find it appealing that we can see the applicants' personalities in advance through their self-introduction videos.

Q. Have you ever used YOLO JAPAN's scout feature?
Yes, we have.

Q. Why did you decide to use Scout?
We used it because we were looking for non-Japanese with specific residence status and Japanese language level.
Also, we were seeking more people who met our requirements through the scout feature.

Q. Have you been able to recruit non-Japanese staff through scouting?
We used the scout feature, but it did not lead to any hires.

Q. How many non-Japanese were you able to recruit?
We were able to hire 13 people.

Q. Where do the non-Japanese you hire come from?

Q. Were the non-Japanese you hired the nationalities you had in mind?
No, they were not the nationalities we expected.

Q. Did you encounter any difficulties in recruiting non-Japanese this time?
The number of applicants who met the required Japanese language level and other qualifications was low.

Q. Did you solve those problems?
Despite the inherent biases in applications from our preferred candidates, we consistently receive applications from diverse backgrounds, including those from overseas.

Q. Are you doing anything to ensure a comfortable work environment for your non-Japanese staff?
We are planning to introduce a web training system before joining the company and provide training after joining the company.

Q.A message to companies that want to hire non-Japanese staff
At first, you may feel worry and unsure about hiring non-Japanese.
However, once you get to know them, you'll be surprised by their cheerful demeanor, their clear sense of purpose for coming to Japan, and their strong work ethic.
We believe that hiring non-Japanese staff will also raise the awareness of Japanese employees and leading to positive changes throughout the company and team.
Considering the future of Japan's labor force, we believe that taking the initial leap in hiring non-Japanese will be crucial.

It seems that this company used self-introduction videos to get a sense of the kind of person they were interviewing👀
So, let's create a compelling self-introduction video to showcase your skills and personality!

Also, it seems that they often use scout feature to scout users that they interested in. If you want to get scouted, fill out your profile information, education, and work experience on your My Page throughly!

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Industry: Human resources

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