RGF Executive Search provides talent acquisition from C-suites to a wide range of managerial positions on both a retained and contingent basis across all industries and functions by covering 26 cities in 11 countries and markets in Asia. We have tenured consultants working in every major city, anchored by regional practice teams that bring deep specialization, know-how, cross-border market insights, and talent that other agencies and in-house teams find hard to match.
We see executive search as much more than filling a role— it is about bringing impactful leadership to every company we work with to fulfill organizational goals, strategic planning development and overall decision making that affects the entire business organization. We also enable talent to find the best career growth path to unleash their potential.
We have tenured consultants working in every major city, anchored by regional practice teams that bring deep specialization, know-how, cross-border market insights, and talent that other agencies and in-house teams find hard to match.
Artificial intelligence is quickly emerging as a game-changer for recruiting – enabling organizations to more readily identify and hire candidates. It is enabling search firms to find and evaluate talent with greater accuracy and speed. New recruitment technology can sift through tremendous amounts of data to identify top prospects exponentially faster than any individual, or
In an effort to enhance the breadth of its recruiting services across Asia, RGF Hong Kong, a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Recruit Holdings Co. – owner of global jobs platform Indeed – plans to integrate its seven brands into three service brands: RGF Executive Search, RGF Professional Recruitment and RGF HR Agent. The change takes effect
Executive recruitment firms have made a number of top leadership appointments this past year, many focused on strategy, growth, branding efforts and operations. The latest: Hong Kong-headquartered search firm Bó Lè Associates has announced that Pierre Zhuang has resigned as CEO and the board named David Chan, managing director and its Shanghai office head, as its new
Talent in Asia
This report, focusing on 11 countries and markets across Asia and five key industries, has allowed us to dive deeper into what candidates expect when searching for a new career opportunity, and how a company’s expectations align with these talent needs.
Managing Your Team Successfully During A Merger or Acquisition
Despite a tumultuous global market in 2018 and similar concerns for 2019, the Asia Pacific region expects to see a stable increase in merger and acquisition transactions through this year and beyond.
Flexible working arrangements for women mean better business
Research is increasingly coming to the consensus that more women in top management translates to a better performing corporation and more gender balance within the entire organisation.