"First Time To Come To Work" And "Online" Are Divided Into Job Offers
A job offer ceremony for university students who are planning to join the company next spring was held for one day at companies around the country. This year, in order to avoid "three tight" with the new corona antivirus, there was also a series of job offers using online.
Kirin Holdings (Tokyo) has approximately 110 job offers. In order not to attract a large number of people in one place, the venue will be distributed to four locations in Sapporo, Sendai, Tokyo, and Osaka, and it will be connected online. The event was divided into two groups, one in the morning and the other in Osaka in the morning. Job offerers gather at the nearest venue from their homes and sit at intervals in masks.
The company conducted all of this year's job interviews online, so there has been no opportunity for job offerers to meet face-to-face. Therefore, in order to have the job offer ceremony an opportunity for exchange, we created time to discuss the goals after joining the company, and made it a program for several representatives from each venue to announce the contents online.
According to a survey of personnel personnel released by Recruit Careers in September, the job offer was divided into 35.6% for "conducted only at direct meetings," 21.3% for "both direct gatherings and on the Web," and 29.4% for "web only."