The skills of tomorrow, today
Dynamic organisations need the skills of tomorrow, today. Use our deep knowledge and global network to recruit the best STEM professionals when and where they’re needed. From science and technology to engineering and mathematics, we get to know your needs so you can receive the support to grow.
Source skilled contractors
Find highly skilled contractors with specialist knowledge gained from key roles in high-impact projects. Whether you're looking to hire highly skilled talent on a temporary basis (Haken) or to outsource (Gyomu Itaku), our dedicated specialist recruiters will get to know your needs to source the STEM talent that meets your ambitions and ensures your organisation remains agile.
Place permanent expertise
Recruit some of the best experts in the world to help you meet and exceed your longer-term objectives. Talent has no borders, so you can draw on our extensive global network to find exactly what you need to reach your potential.
“They have contributed to the growth of our business through value-added services including business strategy advice, as well as by building a strong relationship with us as a trusted recruitment partner. We lookforward to having them as a driver of our business in the rapidly growing IT market in Japan.” Kenji Tsunoda, Regional Sales Director, Talend K.K.
Our global brands in Japan
Computer Futures is one of the most highly regarded IT recruitment providers in the world, matching highly-skilled developers and software engineers with innovative companies leading the technology race.
Progressive Recruitment is immersed in the world of start-ups and blue-chip multinationals, providing sought-after specialists in engineering, global energy, and supply chains.
Real Staffing is a global leader in recruitment for the pharmaceuticals, medical devices and biotechnology sectors.
Huxley recognises the motivations of skilled professionals seeking recruitment services for professional roles and legal jobs.
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How did SThree Japan increase their employee engagement in a remote work environment?
How did SThree Japan increase their emplyee engagement in a remote work environment?
Break the bias: how we can empower more women in STEM
Women in Tech founder discusses how bias against women in STEM fields can be countered by increasing levels of female participation.
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Whether it’s a 24-month contract, or a 2-day contract, every day we partner exceptional contractors with pioneering companies.
SThree Japan Supports youth in building successful careers
Read how our Japan team support youth build the future locally
Challenging perspectives on traditional people management ideas
How reshaping traditional ideas within people management could help us rebuild the future.
Geographical borders – a real barrier to STEM, or a mindset problem?
As businesses re-address hiring plans, how can adopting a new mindset unlock a world of opportunity?
Finding niche STEM talent teams to help renewable energy clients grow fast
Infinis required niche electrical and engineering skills to help them focus on their expansion into a new solar energy division.
Finding female leaders for a MedTech client
How people with different backgrounds, expertise and viewpoints can help teams make more effective decisions.
Supporting a sought after specialist through a mid-career switch
How a candidate returned to the banking sector after the pandemic led to hiring freezes and volatility in the market.
Driving the future of work through tech
How emerging technology is having a huge impact on the workplace and will benefit those who embrace it.
Finding local talent for a major US food and beverage manufacture
Solving a problem during the pandemic required a new approach when additional staff were needed during lockdown when demand soared.
Trust evolution: leaders need to re-think how they engage with their teams
Organisations need to pioneer a revolution in people management if they want to supercharge their future performance, says Tom Way.
The future of the workplace is now
Experts discuss the future of work and what it means for the fourth industrial revolution.
Helping end the cycle of talent turnover
Supporting a major financial services client with their recruitment process to realise efficiencies and improve retention.
How can we achieve an equal future for leadership in STEM?
Learning from experience: hear from six female leaders across various industries about their leadership journey in our roundtable discussion
Challenging gender bias and inequality to build a more inclusive future
If you can’t get a seat at the table, create your own table. Sunny Ackerman, President of SThree Americas, discusses this years IWD theme.
Women in STEM are stepping up in APAC
The gender gap in APAC for STEM is a long way behind many other countries, this article looks at women in STEM who are stepping up.
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