As economies in the Asia-Pacific continue to experience strong growth rates, businesses operating within this region will need to have an effective recruitment strategy to meet the labour demands of their growing business. The purpose of this paper will be to examine the recruitment practices of businesses across five jurisdictions in the Asia-Pacific region. Specifically, the focus of this paper will be examining the recruitment practices of businesses in Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Ultimately, a complex interplay of cultural, economic, and socio-political factors are influencing how businesses in each of the countries establish a recruitment strategy to best meet their needs. In recent years, businesses across the region have seen a shift away from traditional recruitment practices and move towards more cost effective and flexible recruitment models. Furthermore, businesses are increasingly engaging in recruitment of members of marginalised groups, such as persons with disabilities and refugees, to meet their labour needs.
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