NSR was founded in Ohio, U.S.A. in 1995 to utilize our knowledge of American and Japanese cultures, and to bridge the gaps. We have over 30 years of experience working with Japanese and American businesses, and therefore we have a deep understanding of the kind of employees who fit best in both countries. Our hard work and results-oriented service have earned us a positive reputation and long-term business relationships with our clients.
We are a leader in human resource outsourcing worldwide, filling contract employment and permanent placement opportunities.
Our cross-functional and multilingual engineering teams support our client’s overseas engineering projects, bridge the engineering functions, and work as part of our client’s project team.
We provide strategic human resource solutions in various industries, specializing in both the aerospace industry and the automotive industry.
We provide human resource support services for international organizations desiring to conduct business in Japan and the U.S.A. We are committed to building outstanding teams for our clients to compete in the global market. The NSR Group strives to provide near-perfect matching and solutions for the human resource needs of our clients through long-term relationships built on experience, insight, and teamwork.
We customize programs for translation, interpreting, and cross-cultural training solutions in multiple languages for corporate and government clients.
(Excerpted from the American Staffing Association, of which the NSR Group is a member.)
Temporary and contract staffing firms play a vital and positive role in the economy by providing job opportunities and work schedule flexibility to millions of people and a broad range of workforce solutions to businesses.
People engage with the staffing industry because it is a proven bridge to permanent employment. Staffing also offers much-desired work schedule flexibility—the ability to work where, when, and how one wants to help achieve work–life balance. Temporary and contract employees work in virtually all occupations, ranging from skilled trades to degreed professionals and across industry sectors: engineering, information technology, and scientific; health care; industrial; office–clerical and administrative; and professional–managerial.
Because staffing firms employ the employees they assign to clients, they are responsible for paying wages, withholding and remitting employment taxes (including social security programs and unemployment), providing workers’ compensation insurance, and providing a variety of employee benefits. As employers, staffing firms are responsible for compliance with all applicable labor, employment, and employee benefit laws, including those pertaining to worker health and safety.
Businesses say that workforce flexibility is an important reason to work with staffing firms because it allows them to remain fully staffed during busy times. Whether it’s a temporary job lasting a few months or several years—or a temp-to-hire placement—staffing firms allow businesses to adjust their workforces to meet their changing needs. Partnering with a staffing firm can be a powerful business strategy for a company.