Recruit


Recruit

Recruit (jap. リクルート rikuruto) ist eine japanische Immobilien- und Personalfirma, die durch den Recruit-Skandal Anfang der 1990er-Jahre auch außerhalb Japans bekannt wurde.

„Recruit“ ist englisch und bedeutet so viel wie „Nachwuchs“ oder „neu einstellen“. Die Firma, die auf Vermittlung von Nachwuchskräften spezialisiert ist, hat ihr Hauptquartier im Tokioter Stadtteil Ginza und war Teil des Daiei keiretsu, ist jetzt aber unabhängig.

Recruit gibt Berufsbewerbern auch Tipps, wie man erfolgreich auszusehen hat. Die Folge ist eine gewisse Uniformität junger männlicher Stellenbewerber, die in Japan zu der Bezeichnung „Recruit-Stil“ geführt hat.


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  • Recruit — Re*cruit (r?*kr?t ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Recruited}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Recruiting}.] [F. recruter, corrupted (under influence of recrue recruiting, recruit, from recro[^i]/tre, p. p. recr[^u], to grow again) from an older recluter, properly, to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Recruit — Re*cruit , v. i. 1. To gain new supplies of anything wasted; to gain health, flesh, spirits, or the like; to recuperate; as, lean cattle recruit in fresh pastures. [1913 Webster] 2. To gain new supplies of men for military or other service; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • recruit — [n] person beginning service apprentice, beginner, convert, draftee, enlisted person, fledgling, GI*, greenhorn*, helper, initiate, learner, neophyte, newcomer, new person, novice, novitiate, plebe*, proselyte, rookie, sailor, selectee,… …   New thesaurus

  • recruit — [ri kro͞ot′] vt. [Fr recruter < recrute, a recruit, lit., new growth < recrû, pp. of recroître, to grow again < L re , again + crescere, to grow, increase: see CRESCENT] 1. to raise or strengthen (an army, navy, etc.) by enlisting… …   English World dictionary

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  • recruit — I verb add, augment, call up, collect, conscribere, conscript, draft, employ, enlarge, enlist, enroll, find manpower, gain, gather, increase, induct, muster, obtain, provide, raise, raise troops, reinvigorate, replenish, select, sign up,… …   Law dictionary

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