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How to Hire Effectively in a Foreign Country

5 Ways to Maximize Your Effectiveness in Hiring

Multinational companies who want to succeed need to hire staff effectively in foreign countries. You can’t force someone to join your company. And even if you can, you can’t force someone to be fully engaged and enjoy the work.

Introducing a new position to a person is essentially providing them a new job opportunity.

When you introduce a new position correctly, you help the possible candidate decide it is worth considering and to say yes to explore the opportunity further. Sales expert Jeffery Gitmore says:

“People don’t like to be sold, but they love to buy.”

In this post, you’ll learn how to hire better and help potential new employees draw their own conclusions — conclusions that lead them to see your company as the irresistible place to be.

New Opportunities for IRC Clients in South Korea

Stepan Motejzik, IRC Global Coordinator

IRC Global Executive Search Partners continues to grow the roster of member firms in the Asia Pacific region with the addition of the Korea office, McKinney Consulting Inc. McKinney Consulting is a leading executive search and leadership consulting firm based in Seoul, South Korea.

In response to increasing client needs, IRC has doubled its presence in APAC over the past five years. South Korea is now one of 12 strategic markets covered by IRC partners in the region.

Patrick Westerburger, President of the IRC Executive Board, comments on the new partnership: “We are pleased to have such a strong representation in the strategic South Korea market. The country belongs to top 10 importers and exporters worldwide and is a major international technological powerhouse benefiting from the highly skilled workforce. We strongly believe, McKinney Consulting’s in-depth knowledge of the market will make a difference to our clients and provide them with superior local expertise combined with our global connections.”