Work life in Japan

in a fast ageing society, recruiting is a challenge, the cycle here is that companies have a financial year from April 1 to March 31, so as schools and universities

This enables to promote the companies to students the year before they graduate during job fairs, students “select” where they want to grow a career and are nurtured for a year until they incorporate the worklife

In April each year, loads of induction ceremonies are held across the countries in offices but also in hotels and venues, sometimes conference centers.

However, Young Japanese also evolve and start considering job quit, the end of a company for a lifetime is in sight. this is a culture shock and traditional companies address it in many different ways – here is a awkward example 

 

food for thought for the Westerners used to heavy unemployment, job hunting…

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