Specialist professional recruitment firm Robert Walters Korea won the ‘2019 Job of the Year’ Grand Prize in Creating Industrial Customized Jobs. The ‘2019 Job of the Year’ award is organised by Chosun Ilbo and sponsored by the Ministry of Employment & Labour, Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy, Ministry of Science & ICT, Ministry of SMEs & Startups, and the Ministry of Gender Equality & Family.
Robert Walters Korea received the Grand Prize in the Creating Industrial Customized Jobs category in recognition of the company’s contributions to society as a market-leading global recruitment consultancy.
Robert Walters Korea annually holds a joint HR Seminar with the American, British, and European Chambers of Commerce in Korea, which provides an opportunity to discuss a variety of HR topics such as the improvement of working environments, work plans, organisational structure, and communication within organizations. Additionally, Robert Walters Korea has actively participated in various industry-specialised job fairs, including the Invest Korea Week Job Fair organised by KOTRA, the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency. The company also continues to pursue efforts in fostering future talent by holding special seminars about joining global companies for university students.
Duncan Harrison, Country Manager said: “we are honoured that Robert Walters Korea received the award that recognises our dedication to support both the recruitment activities of our clients and the professionals who are taking on the challenge of furthering their careers. Focusing on quality in all we do, acting with integrity, and focusing on team-work are values that run through the heart of our business. With this in mind we look forward to providing more global companies in Korea with high quality candidates and giving access to the best jobs for more professionals in Korea to achieve their career goals.”
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Robert Walters Country Manager Duncan Harrison