HSZ Media to Release Two New Recruitment Studies

July 23, 2013 – HSZ Media, LLC will release two new recruitment studies this fall – one examining competitive talent acquisition strategies in Asia and the other detailing the growing phenomenon of in-house recruiting. Recruiting in Asia: Competitive Strategies in China, Southeast Asia, Japan and Oceania will look at how companies are addressing current talent demands throughout Asia-Pacific, including China, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam, The Philippines, Thailand, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. “These markets in their totality are loaded with opportunity for recruiters, corporate heads of talent acquisition, and job candidates themselves, but putting together a cohesive talent management strategy here can be confusing and contradictory,” said Scott A. Scanlon, one of the report’s lead editors. “As the APAC region transforms itself, the challenge for companies is to recruit the critical talent to support these rapidly expanding economies.” Packed with the latest country data, statistics and expert commentary from leading recruiters and hiring managers in the field this report will tell what to expect and how to handle the nuances and paradoxes of the region. In-House Recruiting: Best Practices Redefining Talent Acquisition will take a detailed look at this rising corporate initiative by examining more than 25 innovative in-house recruiting case studies. Given today’s mandate to cut costs, this report is essential reading for anyone connected to talent acquisition. “This study will also include the largest survey ever undertaken in this field and the results will likely have far-reaching implications as this trend expands to markets overseas,” said Mr. Scanlon. “It is an exciting time to be tracking the leadership needs of companies and the strategies they are undertaking to remain competitive.” Those interested in reserving copies of either report at a 20 percent pre-publication rate ($475 per study – a $120 savings) can call (203) 252-7302.

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