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Jun Kabigting

Professor of Human Resources Management, GLOBIS University, Tokyo
Jun Kabigting, MBA/MS/SPHRi is representative director and president of HR Central K.K., a lecturer at GLOBIS University, and an adjunct professor with Temple University Japan Campus. He is the Founding Chief Community Officer of The Japan HR Society (JHRS) and also serves as the Managing Editor of The HR Agenda -- Japan's first & only bilingual HR magazine. Jun has more than 25 years of experience across the entire HR value chain, most of them Japan-focused. He has a solid experience as a trainer, HR consultant, and talent acquisition professional. He likewise serves as nominal representative and/or external director for other organizations. Jun holds an MBA from the University of Hawaii, an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of the Philippines, a Certificate in HR Studies from Cornell University’s School of Industrial Labor and Relations and credentialed as a Senior HR Professional - International (SPHRi) by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) and an accredited Harrison Assessments (HA) consultant and solutions provider in Japan. He has been a frequent speaker/resource person in various domestic and international HR conferences in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, and USA. He passionately believes in advancing the HR agenda in Japan through continuing HR education, knowledge sharing and use of HR best practices.   http://www.hrcentral.co.jp/    http://jhrs.org/hr_agenda        http://www.hrcentral.co.jp/profiling
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