Top HR Companies in South Korea

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List of Top HR Outsourcing Companies in South Korea

HRnet One
A TRUSTED PARTNER IN TALENT ACQUISITION

Started in 1992, HRnet One has since grown into a recognized and much sought after brand in the human capital management industry in Asia Pacific. Adding value in every stage of the cycle,HRnet One today provides an end-to-end solution ranging from the various aspects of talent acquisition, talent retention and talent management/development. At HRnet One, we believe in working alongside our clients in an enduring partnership towards successful closure. We listen, we connect and we identify the best solution for our clients. Fueling HRnet One... read more

$100 - $149/hr
250 - 999
Seoul, South Korea
OK Recruiting
Teach English Abroad with OK Recruiting!

OK Recruiting is a recruiting agency established in October 2006, specializing in placing qualified native English speakers in various educational institutes in Korea and China. We believe in the accuracy of the information we provide and the straight-forward approach to the job placement. Why OK Recruiting? WE PROVIDE free FAST and ACCURATE Recruiting Service and visa consultation WE PROVIDE a VAST LIST of teaching job opportunities

$25 - $49/hr
10 - 49
Seoul, South Korea
COENS

3. COENS

Global Recruitment

COENS is a total support services provider to clients and consultants in the Oil and Gas Industry. In almost 20 years, we have spread our operations from South-Korea to China, Myanmar, Russia, Singapore and the US. Along the way, we have provided support services from design and fabrication through to commissioning, hook-up and operations to numerous satisfied clients many of whom are among the top 50 Internationals Oil and Gas Companies. We also support project personnel with relocation, accommodation, HSE training, tax compliance and in... read more

$100 - $149/hr
50 - 249
Busan, South Korea
C&B Solution
Creative & Brilliant

Providing a high-quality workforce that is capable of fully exploiting the potential of each individual in the core competencies and high value-added areas of the company is not a viable option for a company to survive and grow in the 21st century of global competition. I think it should be a management strategy.

< $25/hr
2 - 9
Seoul, South Korea
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