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United States

Woodbridge, NJ (Global HQ)

90 Woodbridge Center Drive

Suite 360

Woodbridge, NJ 07095

Tel: 1-732-739-2330

Fax: 1-732-739-1996


Metro Manila

8th Floor Room 801, Raffles

Corporate Center

Emerald Ave., Ortigas Center

Pasig City, Metro Manila 1605


Kuala Lumpur

Level 1 & 2, Tower 3, Avenue 7

Horizon 2 Bangsar South City,

Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala

Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



Room 1015, 10/F, Hanweidasha Building, Guanghualu Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing,100020

Tel: +86 10 58780578


Room 2104, Peninsula International Building, 182-8 Haier Road, Qingdao, Shandong, 266000

Tel: +86 532 68669385


Room 18F/G/H, Shanghai Industrial Investment Building, No.18 Caoxi Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai, 200030

Tel: +86 21 64270570


26th Floor Bldg.2,No.88 Jitai 5th Road, Xiangnian Square, Tianfu Avenue, Hi-Tech Zone, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041

Tel: +86 28 86703369

Wan Chai, Hong Kong

EA Licence no. 66051 & 64845

5/F Heng Shan Centre, 145 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Tel: +852 36223225

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How To Navigate The Challenges Of Overseas Recruiting

March 3, 2020

As businesses in the U.S and China look to “go-global” the overseas recruitment process can be a challenge. For your business to succeed, you need a local expert to guide you in the market. Consider this, you are going on a trip of a lifetime through the Burmese jungle. You can only bring what you can carry and you are unsure of where to start. Prior to your adventure, ask yourself, what essentials do you need to set yourself up for success and how can you simplify this process as you enter an unknown territory?

As you were thinking of items to bring, what would be more helpful than a local guide? Sure you can pack food, water, supplies, but if you had a guide they can let you know what to bring, help you avoid risk, and ensure you have the best experience. This example scenario is similar to navigating overseas recruiting when you have no experience or knowledge of the market. Without the proper tools or expertise, your success is limited. As you look to enter a new market, here are the key factors as you navigate this challenge:

  1. Demand Planning
  2. Identifying Local Talent
  3. Onboarding Process
  4. New Colleague Optimization

As you consider these factors, wouldn’t it be great if you had a local expert or “Market Guide”

Let Comrise Be Your Guide

For this, you need a local market guide, an expert in understanding risk, sourcing local talent, compensation, and local market culture. At Comrise, we offer customized talent solutions that are simplified.

     With Talent Globalization Solutions (TGS), we work with you (our clients) to identify the problem and provide a simple solution personalized to fit your business needs.- Chris Ciulla, Comrise U.S President of Cross Border Operations

In this four-part article series, we will describe our simple process for talent globalization, this includes demand planning, identifying local talent, onboarding process, and new colleague optimization.

Want to learn more? View our LinkedIn career page or contact one of our experts at

Whether you are a job seeker or employer, Comrise offers various customized solutions for your needs.

Together We Can!

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