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5 Ways Working With A Recruiter Can Benefit Your Company

Apex KK 29/01/2018

  Finding a new employee for your organization can be a struggle. Searching for that perfect match, someone who will fit in seamlessly into the culture of your organization can be a hard, full time job. Here are five reasons why working with a headhunter will not only ease the burden on your end, ...

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Making the Switch: Part 3 Moving from a Large Corporation to a Startup

Apex KK 22/01/2018

  A couple of weeks ago, we discussed the differences of making the switch from a Japanese company to an American company and to a European company. We found that the business culture, the way in which decisions are made, and the work-life balance varied between each type of company.

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How to Succeed as a new Manager in the First 90 Days

Apex KK 08/01/2018

 The first three months for a new manager are essential in setting expectations with subordinates, creating a good first impression, and blending into the team as a new manager. To help you accomplish this, here are some tips.

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Making The Switch Part 2: Moving From A Japanese To European Company

Apex KK 04/12/2017

We previously discussed the benefits and drawbacks of moving from a Japanese company to an American company, so let's take a look at European companies compared to Japanese companies. European companies offer a nice middle ground between the aggressive, fast paced style of an American company and ...

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Making the Switch: Moving from a Japanese to American Company

Apex KK 30/10/2017

  It is common to see cultural influences on corporate cultures, the organization structure, how teams are managed, and other aspects of business.

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6 Ways Meeting A Recruiter Can Benefit Your Career

Apex KK 25/09/2017

  You find your work interesting, your co-workers are nice, and you are happy at your current job; you may think there is no reason to meet with a recruiter. However, unless you will be spending the rest of your career at your current company, you may want to start building a relationship with a ...

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