This report will guide European companies through the recruitment and selection process of their executives in Japan. It will highlight the main cross-cultural issues and Japanese business standards for each of the following points; creating a job profile, the search process, the interview process, the negotiation phase and compensation and benefits.
Martin Stricker is the head of GAIPRO, a recruitment company that caters to European companies seeking key executives for their Japanese operation. Click here to access his profile.
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