Japanese referral recruiting firm MyRefer Inc. has launched a ‘referral partners’ program to support the implementation of company-specific adoption, based on organizational characteristics, personnel systems, and specific recruitment issues. 

The program was introduced for beginners and professionals. The beginner’s program involves designing a flow and compensation system for adoption and presentations to motivate employees to get involved in hiring. The professional program includes in-house PR articles to promote a company’s hiring process and publishing employee interviews on the site.

MyRefer also runs an HR Lab to support sustainable recruiting and helps companies strengthen their hiring capabilities. Launched in 2015, MyRefer runs its referral adoption services from I-MyRefer.jp. It has supported more than 3,000 reference recruitments over the past four years. Staffing firm Persol-Career owns I-MyRefer.jp as a service for corporate customers.

Other social recruiting platforms in Japan include Wantedly, CashU.jpCareer.Line.me and Digrow.jp.

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