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Japan – Non-staffing businesses boost J-Com Holdings’ full year results

10 July 2015

Japanese staffing firm J-Com Holdings (2462: JP) reported revenue for the full year ending 31 May 2015 of JPY 18.1 billion (USD 149 million), an increase of 20.8% compared with JPY 15 billion (USD 123.3 million) the previous year.    2015 2014 Change Revenue JPY 18,...


Japan – Career Bank reports full year revenue and profit growth

10 July 2015

Japanese staffing firm Career Bank (4834: JP) reported revenue for the full year ending 31 May 2015 of JPY 6 billion (USD 49.9 million), an increase of 11.1% compared with JPY 5.4 billion (USD 44.9 million) a year ago.    2015 2014 Change Revenue JPY 6,047 million...


India – Online hiring activity up again in June

10 July 2015

Online hiring activity increased by 11% across India during June 2015, compared with the same month last year, according to the Naukri Job Speak Index, reports The Economic Times of India.The strongest growth was reported in the accountancy/finance sector; with the banking, IT software, IT hardwa...


New Zealand – Two-thirds would quit if offered a job with greater flexibility

10 July 2015

Around two-thirds of New Zealand workers would consider leaving their current job if offered a comparable one with greater flexibility, according to a survey by recruitment firm OCG and diversity consultancy Divertas, reports nbr.co.nz.The survey of 1,300 New Zealand workers across 20 industry se...


Japan – Temporary staffing revenue up by a third at Hito Communications

9 July 2015

Japanese human resources provider Hito Communications (3654: JP) reported revenue for the nine months ending 31 May 2015 of JPY 19.4 billion (USD 159.2 million), an increase of 15.5% compared with JPY 16.8 billion (USD 137.8 million) during the same period a year ago.    1 Sept 14...


Australia – Job adverts up as employment market become increasingly candidate driven

9 July 2015

There were 10.8% more jobs advertised in June 2015 compared with a year ago, according to the latest employment data from Australian job board SEEK. The SEEK Employment Index, which measures supply against demand, recorded an 11% rise compared with a year ago, meaning that there are fewer applica...


Nepal – Association of Foreign Employment Agencies announces indefinite strike

9 July 2015

Following the Nepalese government’s implementation of a zero-cost migration policy, the Nepal Association of Foreign Employment Agencies (NAFEA) yesterday announced an indefinite strike, reports ekantipur.com.The policy, which came into force on 6 July, means that labour permits will only be issu...


Southeast Asia – Desperate search for back-office finance bosses

9 July 2015

Global banks that have recently offshored junior back-office jobs out of Singapore and Hong Kong are now struggling to find senior staff as they attempt to ramp up operations recruitment, reports efinancialcareers.com.The likes of Barclays, Citi, HSBC, and Standard Chartered want to hire reg...


Singapore – Firms to face tougher regulations to hire foreign workers

8 July 2015

Companies in Singapore looking to hire foreign professionals will soon face stricter hiring regulations; while those prepared to fill their professional, managerial, and executive (PME) vacancies with unemployed locals will be eligible to receive financial help, reports The Straits Times.Under cu...


India – More suspicious deaths in recruitment and exam fraud case

8 July 2015

At least 36 people have died and more than 2,000 have been arrested in connection with a massive recruitment fraud case in India’s central Madhya Pradesh state, reports Reuters.The investigation is known as the “Vyapam scandal” after the Hindi acronym for the office that conducts examinations for...