HRCap Officially Launches Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Service
We are pleased to formally announce that the HRCap CRM (http://crm.hrcap.com) system has officially launched. We will be providing the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system to our valued clients in the U.S., and will soon expand the service to our clients in Korea.
HRCap CRM provides an at-a-glance look at the status of all cases and automatically suggests qualified best-fit candidates that may be of strong interest to our clients. Our clients will have the most up-to-date status information on each case, can easily make an online inquiry about pending cases, and may request additional information on our recommended candidates.
We strongly believe that the CRM system will be vital to improving our services and relationships with our valued clients, and contributing to our client’s organizational growth and business success. Through our dedicated client service team and best-in-class CRM system, we look forward to enhancing both the quality and speed of our services. We are committed to providing the highest level of satisfaction and look forward to serving all our clients for the years to come.
Please feel free to email us at email@example.com with any questions regarding our CRM system.
HRCap Korea Strengthens its Market Position and Relationship with its Global Fortune 100 Clients in Korea
HRCap Korea has strengthened its competitive market position and tightened its relationships with our Global Fortune 100 Clients in Korea.
Since the opening in 2015, HRCap Korea has reached various milestones by assisting global companies in Korea expand businesses through the localization and globalization of their manpower. Our recent accomplishments include successfully placing global talents and subject experts in Global Fortune 100 companies across multitudes of industries such as Bio-Pharma, Consumer Electronics (Mobile, Home Appliances, Home Entertainment), Semiconductor, E-Commerce and Cloud Computing Services.
HRCap Korea’s central locality and market position will empower HRCap to heighten and deepen our mission as one of the largest Asian Global Executive Search Firms. We will continue to effectively source and provide top talents to our valued clients, which will drive the growth of both global and local companies, and contribute to the expansion of the Global Labor Market.
HRCap Korea is headed by Mr. Sang-Ho Shin, Managing Director, and the address is as follows:
HRCap Korea Office
Hanshin-InterValley 24 Bldg. East Tower #818
322, Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
Is an Internship the New Entry-Level Job?
Many recent and future college graduates may have to settle for internship opportunities instead of full-time entry-level positions after earning their degrees.
With the entry-level job market looking dim and employers wanting to get the most bang for their buck, it is no surprise that hiring interns has started to take precedence over expanding entry-level staff across the organization. For certain companies, entry-level positions even require two to five years of work experience.
Internships offer an amazing way to bolster work experience outside the classroom, so landing an internship may seem like a worthwhile compromise given such limited options. However, job seekers should weigh in all the opportunities and look for quality internships that offer invaluable industry experience with a likelihood for a full-time position transition upon completion.
Although hiring unpaid interns may help employers save tremendous costs, the “Internship Economy” will harm recent graduates, and heavily impact all employers and the economy as a whole.
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