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Frank Mulligan and Erik Gain join us today to take a close look at both online and traditional recruiting business model, their current trend in China and different type of candidates who use the recruiting platforms.
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Erik Gain

Frank Mulligan and Erik Gain join us today to take a close look at both online and traditional recruiting business model, their current trend in China and different type of candidates who use the recruiting platforms. They talk about the changes in hiring market since the global economic meltdown and how it has affected the expatriates in China. Find out if Mandarin skill is important for expatriate to start their career in China in this iTV-Asia program.

Erik Gain moved to Japan in February of 1994 to seek his fortune as an expat-entrepreneur, and has lived and established businesses in several destinations in Japan and China, including Nagoya, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.

Gain's ventures span a wide range of industries, from teaching and translating, to Internet businesses and real estate. He is one of the co-founders and running Managing Director of GPlusMedia Co., Ltd, a Japan based corporation that publishes several of Japan's best known English-Japanese websites, including JapanToday.com, GaijinPot.com, and Ecentral.jp, the official jobsite of the ACCJ (American Chamber of Commerce in Japan). Gain returned to Shanghai in 2009 to expand their China based business, which focuses on the CareerEngine.org Jobsite Network. CareerEngine.org is an Asia-wide white label online job board platform, which is used to power job boards for a wide range of partners including major foreign chambers of commerce, online and print publications, and educational institutions.

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Human Resources in China

Understand China's ever-changing market and its impact on the current human resource status. We face changes in human resources as globalization flourishes. It is now that we must define what the best practice really is for recruiting in China. See what key scholars and practitioners have to say on this matter.

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Host: Frank Mulligan - China Director, Accetis International

Frank Mulligan is the China Director for Accetis International and the founder of Talent Software, a Shanghai-based HRO provider that Mr. Mulligan built up using China's first bi-lingual ATS and testing solution.
Mulligan, who has lived in China for more than 15 years, previously served as the Chief Representative of Norman Broadbent Executive Search in China, the First Secretary (Commercial) for the Irish Embassy in Beijing and Strategic Planning Manager for Siemens Ltd. China.

 

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