■ Hidden Scout held a seminar on Occupational Security Act for head hunters
■ Information about Paid Job Brokers’ Obligation part of the Act was addressed
■ The company in Pangyo StartUp Zone provides differentiated job-matching service using AI-based anonymizing tool
Hidden Scout is a job-matching platform for those who want to switch their jobs silently. On 17th of May, the company (CEO: Bang Hyun-bae) announced that it held a legal seminar on Occupational Security Act for head hunters.
Hidden Scout was launched by the Ministry of SMEs and Startups and operated by Korea Institute of Startups & Entrepreneurship Development (KISED) and Gyeonggi Center for Creative Economy & Innovation (GCCEI). The company in Pangyo StartUp Zone is appreciated by those who want to change their job and head hunters who are sensitive to privacy protection for its anonymous job-matching service.
The seminar was held to explain the “Paid Job Brokers’ Obligation” part of Occupational Security Act. The CEO Bang Hyun-bae of Hidden Scout and the head of a law firm SLK and a lawyer Lee Sang-jun attended the event addressing various themes including “how to adapt to the Occupational Security Act”.
CEO Bang Hyun-bae of Hidden Scout said “It is important for head hunting market to grow based on the Occupational Security Act” adding “I wish this seminar helps Hidden Scout to contribute to the development of South Korea’s head hunting market”.
The lawyer Lee Sang-jun said “I expect Hidden Scout can provide more in-depth service through this seminar on Occupational Security Act”.
Pangyo Technovalley is an innovation hub for global companies comparable to the Silicon Valley in the US, Zhongguancun in China, and STATION F in France. It is an Asia tech hub with 1,259 IT, BT, CT, and NT companies that possess innovative products and technologies. Located just south of the metropolitan area, it provides the best environment for Korean companies to do business with great transportation access and infrastructure.
Various high-tech companies are located in Pangyo Technovalley, and it is occupied by 64,000 full-time employees, many in their 20-30s. In terms of industry, the companies are engaged in information technology, contents technology, biotechnology, and nanotechnology.
With the support of innovative companies with global capabilities such as Kakao, Naver, AhnLab, Krafton, NCSoft, Nexon, and Hancom, companies in Pangyo Technovalley recorded 107 trillion won in sales last year. Investment and infrastructure growth in Pangyo is expected to continue, with the Metaverse hub entering Pangyo this year.