Our company is a research company (credit agency) that mainly does recruitment research.
Based on the resume and work history submitted by the job seeker, whether or not the resume (academic and work history) is correct.
Is the content of your work history in line with your performance or not? The survey was conducted on the following items: personality, conduct, attendance, health, lifestyle, etc.
The purpose of this system is to determine the job skills of applicants and use them as reference materials for acceptance or rejection.
Survey fees vary slightly depending on the survey item, but usually range from 20,000 yen to 40,000 yen or more, and are delivered three or four days after the date of receipt. Clients are elementary, middle, and high school.
There are many large companies and many different industries. There is no way to say that you need to do a job search for this industry but not that industry.
There is an old saying, “A company is its people”. I don’t care how times change.
It seems to me that this word will never go out of fashion.
For your reference, here is a summary of the results (findings) of a recruitment survey we conducted this week
A 45-year-old single man… He became a police officer after graduating from high school and retired at his own request in his thirties. Findings,
When he was a police officer, he was arrested and dismissed for molesting a high school girl. Subsequent work history could not be verified with the exception of some
I don’t know what’s going on here, but the work ethic at my previous job was normal. His personality is calm and cooperative enough, but he needs to be very careful about his sexual proclivities.
The appropriateness of the service industry is questionable.
A single man of 26 years of age… He is a college graduate and has worked for three companies. Findings: “My background is as declared. He’s a bit of a young man nowadays.
He is cheerful and cooperative with his friends, but he rarely speaks to his bosses and seniors at work, even though he does not greet the local people.
There is a part of me that I can’t communicate well. However, I do what I’m told and what I’m supposed to do normally, and my diligence itself is normal.
A 38-year-old married man… He is a college graduate and has worked for one company. As a result of the investigation, “Although no direct confirmation could be obtained, we believe that the history is almost as declared.
He is a bright and outgoing person with a wide range of relationships and a good reputation both internally and externally. While his former boss declined to be interviewed for details, citing privacy concerns, his former boss
It was well received, “Someone who had no problem at all …
I’m a 50-year-old married man… He is a high school graduate and has repeatedly changed jobs, mainly at small and medium-sized companies. Findings,
There are unidentifiable parts of the work history, but the length of time I worked at my previous job and the previous job were as declared. He is a quiet and earnest person with good work ethic. However.
I have a back pain, and if I exert myself a little, my back would get worse and I would miss a few days of work. The reason for leaving my previous job was also due to back pain.
Some jobs require a lot of health care.
A 48-year-old bachelor… Someone who has worked mainly in driving, such as a taxi company. The survey found that while “he is a talkative and cheerful person,
He’s the one who was driving a cab and dropping off delivery girls on his off-duty days, and he’s very careful about his companionship.
On average, 60% of the respondents answered that they had no problems, 20% said they needed to be careful, and 20% said they were considered unsuitable.
is about 20% of the total. In practice, this ratio varies greatly from client to client, with the majority of clients having no problems and 70% having some problems.
and beyond. Anyway, this company would have been in a lot of trouble if they had decided to accept or reject the job based on the interview without conducting a recruitment survey…
There are many cases in which you may think, “I don’t know what to do.