The HR Trend Lab posts interviews with researchers who are studying HR and organizational activity, survey presentations, industry updates, columns, and viewpoints from academicians. MyNavi also runs a career bulletin for part-timers at Nalevi.MyNavi.jp.
Japanese online jobs advertisers are increasingly adding tools to meet the information needs of the corporate sector and job-seekers. Recruitment firm LiveSense operates a bulletin called JobsHilBiz focused on small- and medium-scale companies. DIP Corp. runs a career management bulletin Hakken for the construction and architectural industry. Social recruiting site Wantedly uses Business Insider Japan to disseminate job market information. Tech job start-up Joins-Job.com created a subdomain at StaffTalk to let employees share their personal working experiences with job-seekers.
Tokyo-headquartered MyNavi was established in Aug. 1973. The company owns and manages a job site for pharmacists at Pharma.MyNavi.jp and Kango.MyNavi.jp to connect nurses with employers. It also operates a career-change site at Tenshoku.MyNavi.jp, a temporary dispatch service at Staff.MyNavi.jp, a part-time job site at Baito.MyNavi.jp, a job site for the manufacturing industry at MyNavi-Seizo.jp and Athlete-Career.MyNavi.jp to connect athletes with sports businesses. The group owns and operates a real estate platform at Chintai.MyNavi.jp and a wedding site at Wedding.MyNavi.jp.