Conducting Successful Job Interviews

There is no doubt that a new hire is a significant investment and now more than ever it is important to make sure you are getting what you really need – and an interview is your most important tool in assessing whether or not the candidate is the right fit.

Transferring Talent

Japan’s shrinking population is nothing new, and with one in three people set to be over 65 by 2025, it can’t be ignored. Simply put, the difficulty is in keeping the economy moving as the work force shrinks and the number of domestic consumers drops.

Negotiating A Promotion

Asking for more money from an employer takes technique and those successful can come out ahead both in the eyes of their boss and in the additional pay they enjoy.

The Importance of Networking

One of the most effective ways to grow a business and advance your career in Japan is to make an effort at networking.

The Job Interview

Besides focusing on what to say during a job interview, here are some things that are better left unsaid, advises recruitment specialist David Price.

A New Look At Old Rules

Is a promotion always a good thing? David Price gives his take on some rules of engagement in the office.

Checks And Balances

Post-Lehman crisis, work will never be the same for the CFO.

Esprit de Core

How to keep staff motivated in bad times, and to keep them in good times.

Hello Work!

IFRS, or International Financial Reporting Standards, is the next keyword in Japan's financial sector.

Blogger Beware

Tag--and you're on some embarassing photo never meant to be seen on Facebook, or even taken. Here's how to make online social networking work for you--not against you.


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