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Global Contact Information

We have offices across the globe. Please ensure that you are getting in touch with the correct office for your region.

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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Recruiter Perspective: Global Hiring Best Practices (Q&A)

August 21, 2019

As experts in talent globalization, we’ve asked one of our Cross Border Recruiter’s to explain her advice to companies looking to hire international talent. At Comrise, we offer CBS (Cross Border Services) to help locate and maintain bi-cultural talent for the U.S and China.  We source only the best talent to help our clients win! Check out our Q&A session with Zoe Ye as she offers her advice for companies seeking global talent.

What is something unique that Cross Border Services provides compared to other talent solution services?
Cross border has many challenges that regular talent solutions don’t have. However, with Comrise Cross Border Services, our solutions are tailored toward those challenges to provide better results. For example, the companies we work with are from China bringing different business practices compared to the U.S business today. And a big part of that is differences in business culture, process, and expectations. Since we have locations in the United States and China, this gives us an advantage as many global companies have different hiring teams, maybe some of the HR professionals are working here in the United States, while the hiring manager resides in China and vice versa. Because of this, the information that the company has is not matched and they are not on the same page. 

How do you maintain a relationship with the candidates throughout the process?
Our Cross Border relationship requires us to understand the client more so we can coach our candidates and set those expectations of our candidates. We could also select candidates based on their soft skills, personality, and motivation regarding those special requirements for our cross border clients.  Companies that we work with generally require you to have a very clear hiring process. Which means you understand the interview process, timeline, and when the candidate will onboard as well as understanding the budget. The hiring manager has certain expectations for this candidate and it is our job to communicate as to offer the best candidates for the job. 

What advice would you give to companies (on a recruiter level)? 
Make sure all your HR functions are aligned together because if your global hiring is not aligned with your global strategy, it will affect your business plan and the people you hire. I recommend refining that plan as to assure you will be successful. And the great thing is that Comrise works with you to achieve a personalized global hiring plan to help you succeed! 

Interested in learning more about Comrise Cross Border Services?

Reach out to one of our experienced CBSS recruiters today and start seeing results. You can also view more details on our global talent solutions via our Cross Border Services LinkedIn Career page here.

Stay tuned for more industry news and hiring tips from our experts in the next Q&A session for job seekers!

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