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HRCap E-Newsletter (September 16, 2015)

IITP Global Talent Acquisition Program Performance Workshop Held in Seoul, Korea

HRCap participated in the Global Talent Acquisition Program Performance Workshop held in Samcheonggak in Seoul, Korea on September 3. The objective of the workshop was to bring government officials and company representatives from the ICT industry together to discuss and share successful practices. In addition, the future direction of the Global Talent Acquisition Program and challenges faced during various phases of the program were also covered. Since 2012, IITP (Institute for Information and Communications Technology Promotion) has attracted 40 top global Korean talents for various mid-sized companies in Korea, contributing to the advancement of the ICT industry. As the exclusive designated agent for IITP, HRCap works diligently to find high-quality global talents who are working or have experience in the ICT industry in North America for the IITP’s Global Talent Acquisition Program led by the Korean government affiliated organization. HRCap's CEO Participated as Lecturer in the Parent Program Lecture Event

The Parent Program Lecture event was held on August 26 at JesusSarang Church in New Jersey, and Mr. Andrew Sungsoo Kim, our CEO was invited as a guest lecturer to deliver a lecture on "Attitudes and Habits for Successful Parenting", addressing parents attended the session. He provided inspirational, life-planning advice designed primarily to provide them guide to successful parenting. Following the presentations, parents had a chance to have a Q&A session with our CEO. The primary goal of the lecture was to provide information in ways that help parents become more resourceful and prudent. As part of our management philosophy, we will continue to make positive contributions to our society through participating in such events in the future. Increased Focus on Quality of Hire

It’s no secret that hiring the best people is a great way to boost organizational success, and the quality of candidates is becoming an increasingly important factor. Global recruiting leaders have cited quality of hire as a top priority, and as the most valuable metric for measuring a recruiting team’s performance. Four years ago, referrals were the best channel for sourcing quality hires. Today, job boards and social professional networks are preferred. With HRCap, our clients have been able to cut their recruiting time in half. More importantly, they have noticed an increase in the quality of hires due to our recruiters’ ability to gauge talent for the right cultural fit in addition to the desired experience and skill set. In order to maintain the highest level of service possible, HRCap regularly follows up with clients and candidates to ensure new employees are performing at their best.


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