Temporary staffing

Temporary staffing of foreigners

Introducing foreigners with status of residence such as international students, spouses of Japanese nationals, permanent residents and permanent residents.
We have a large proportion of foreign coordinators as well as cooperation with Japanese language schools, so we have many unique routes to attract customers, and currently there are about 20,000 registered foreigners.
In addition, since we have bases all over the country, we can make proposals in a wide range of areas, so we will introduce it.
He has a lot of achievements. The number of foreigners working has grown rapidly by 1200% in the last three years.

Our strength

From domestic to overseas

We provide services in cooperation with local companies. If there is a problem in Japan, we can provide support such as visiting the place of assignment during the day.

Support after hiring

There are 95 foreign employees in the company, including coordinators and on-site interpreters. Regardless of your Japanese skills, we will support you in your native language.

Partnership with various schools in Asia

In partnership with various schools in Asia, our employees provide training and Japanese language education locally. We are sending out excellent human resources who have acquired the skills to work in Japanese companies.

Foreigner dispatch service introduction example

Industrial machinery manufacturer

We provide services in cooperation with local companies. If there is a problem in Japan, we can provide support such as visiting the place of assignment during the day.

IT related services

There has always been a language barrier in projects that require language skills, but PrimeArc, which is strong in Asian language staffing, has been very helpful in introducing us to people.

Customer support

When we were looking for a temporary employee who could provide Chinese language support for a game product, PrimeArc introduced us to the right person and hired him. Customer satisfaction improved.


Country of Citizenship

Hybrid dispatch for stable implementation

First, a few foreign leaders who can speak Japanese will be assigned two weeks in advance to understand the work content and work environment.

After that, by assigning other foreign staff, we will build a stable employment base while minimizing problems such as differences in Japanese skills and culture.

Since the foreign leader gives instructions to other foreign staff in their native language, communication is very smooth, and you can expect an increase in retention rate and motivation.

Disclosure of margin rate based on the revised dispatch law

With the enforcement of the “Revised Worker Dispatching Act” on October 1, 2012, the dispatching business operator (our company) is required to disclose the percentage of the difference between the dispatch fee and the wages paid to the dispatched workers (margin ratio) in the dispatch fee received from the client after the end of each business year (Article 23, Paragraph 5 of the Act). This margin rate is calculated by the following formula.

Margin rate

= =

Average dispatch fee-Average wage of dispatched workers

Average dispatch fee
(Rounded to the first decimal place)

Margin rate in our general worker dispatching business

Number of dispatched workers 12 people
Number of dispatched offices 6 companies
① Worker dispatch fee
(Average per 8 hours a day)
¥ 42,297
② Wages of dispatched workers
(Average per 8 hours a day)
¥ 28,174
Margin rate
(①-②) ÷ ①
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