Business Alliance Agreement On Support For Foreign Human Resources

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Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) and NCB Research & Consulting Co., Ltd. (NCB Research & Consulting) announced the signing of a business agreement regarding support for foreign human resources, mainly foreign students, says an article on their website.

Resources consulting business

Leveraging the experience and expertise it has accumulated over many years in training foreign seafarers, MOL has developed a foreign human resources consulting business, which trains and places workers in a wide range of industries, serving companies that are considering hiring new employees from abroad or expanding their recruitment of foreign personnel.

Support services

NCB Research & Consulting is a subsidiary of Nishi-Nippon Financial Holdings, Inc.,whose core company is The Nishi-Nippon City Bank, Ltd. (NCB).

NCB Research & Consulting provides recruiting support services to companies doing business with NCB by partnering with recruiting agencies to introduce domestic and foreign personnel whose skills and experience match client companies’ needs.

New foreign personnel

Through this business alliance, NCB Research & Consultants will introduce MOL to companies, mainly in Kyushu, that are considering hiring new foreign personnel or expanding their overseas hiring.

Financial group

MOL in turn will match and introduce foreign personnel,mainly foreign students enrolled at universities and other institutions mainly in Kyushu,to the relevant companies.

This marks MOL’s first entry into a business alliance with a financial group for recruitment of foreign personnel.

Labor shortages

Through the alliance, MOL, which has a wealth of experience in recruiting foreign personnel, and NCB Research & Consulting, which has a diverse client base, will leverage each other’s strengths to connect prospective employees and companies beyond national borders and help address labor shortages in local industries in Japan and promote the sustainable growth of local communities.

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Source: MOL

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