We are preparing English-language training and in-house documents to respond to the increasing number of non-Japanese employees.
JRCS started English-language training in collaboration with the Human Resources and General Affairs Division in response to the increasing number of non-Japanese employees. Previously, this was done only in Japanese, but by enabling all employees to communicate in English, we have resolved the concerns of non-Japanese employees. We have created an environment in which employees can concentrate on achieving results from their work.
At the same time, we are translating internal documents, such as company and work regulations, which are difficult for foreigners to understand. As a company that aims for diversity management, we will provide solid support so that everyone can work with smiling faces.
Currently, non-Japanese employees are also teleworking at their homes to prevent coronaviruses. We are continuing our online training program to ensure that employees who have joined the company can spend their time without anxiety.
On the occasion, a new employee (from Bangladesh) from Yokohama and Shimonoseki Head Office were connected, and lectures were given on JRCS’s management philosophy and code of conduct.
“Kikuho,” a symbol of listening, is also introduced. The difference between “listen” and “listen” was clearly communicated.