Recruitment agencies in Japan are turning to Metaverse.
Metaverse Tech is starting to transform its entire job search and recruitment process in Japan. The job fair was attended by over 2000 students and of course allowed them to use digital avatars to communicate with recruiters and to prospect or explore each job offer made available Went.
The Asahi Shimbun reports that the anonymity set in the latest technology allowed participants to ask questions on all kinds of matters related to job offers and that 179 companies participated in the effort and that Neo Careers was organized by The Company, which handled activities related to the job, and X Inc., which performed or was capable of performing tasks related to the Metaverse. The companies state that this is potentially one of the largest events of its kind in Japan and reinforce the benefits that Metaverse can bring to these recruitment processes. Taki Nishino of Neo Career certainly echoes his sentiments, saying that allowing us to take advantage of online meetings is certainly what the latest technology offers us so that even remote students will be able to participate in our online fairs and certainly face-to-face – Can serve to offer job fairs in front and make the conversation right While some have been pessimistic about the tools to be used in meetings and others have also been in favor of the impact this technology is having in the field is indicated. If we talk about it, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Company, welcomed these initiatives and praised them openly. In a recent meeting held by Klaus Schwab, chairman of the World Economic Reform, he explained that according to him, the sense of presence that creates an impact on the metaverse app table is game-changing. The company is working with the World Economic Forum to build an initiative called the Global Collaboration Village, and at the same time aims to replicate the Davos meetings by using technology to communicate with leaders throughout the year. Plan to perennialize. Other institutions in Japan have already started using the technology to allow people to establish their digital presence, and in October Toda City, for example, reported using the technology as a way to connect students during school absences. The tool was being used in the U.S. to offer classes from home and serve them virtually, and in July, the University of Tokyo, Japan’s capital, announced that it would be offering engineering courses as well as providing students with the Metaverse is used to give instructions about its functions. Reggae will definitely aim to develop the latest technology to its limits and apply it in a significant way.