After receiving its success in Vietnam, Recruit WORKFIT Program came to Thailand in October, offering prospect graduates a workshop to get their head straight on essential job-hunting skills. Over 200 students from King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang and Chulalongkorn University participated the program, with classes being divided into English and Japanese. Aki Ishii from International Recruitment Business, Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd. hosted and supervised all the sessions, together with other members of WORKFIT crew and kind support of RGF HR Agent Recruitment Thailand office.
With the aim to boost confidence and inject necessary knowledge to students for job-hunting, the 2.5 hour long workshop gives specific emphasis on practice, supported by lectures and group discussions. In the duration, students were encouraged to express and discover their strengths and weaknesses with reference to workplace requirements, based on which they were able to enhance presentation immediately by receiving real-time feedback.
All the sessions ended in students’ loud applaud of “arigadou gozaimasu” (Japanese: Thank you very much). It represents their gratitude towards the incredibly helpful workshop as well as a rehearsal of the key message – hunt for jobs with confidence and gratitude.
This is the first time such an aiding program dedicated to improving new graduates employability has come to Thailand. Seeing positive feedback flooding in from both students and professors, we believe there will be many more to come. Recruit and RGF (Recruit Global Family) aims to stand at the frontier of Asian human recourse services, and this includes providing the best support possible to our next generation.