It’s not unusual for the Japanese to take 1-2 hours to send an e-mail or spend a week creating a simple powerpoint presentation.
It’s no wonder, then, that Japan’s labor productivity is only 61% of the United States.
This is why Japanese employees seldom switch companies and often spend their entire life working at the same organization.
They stay to keep the ‘wa,’ or harmony of the office.Japan is a very collective society, so they like to stick together and work as a team.» Hotel Transylvania 3 Full Movie 2018 English For Kids - Animation Movies - New Disney Cartoon 2018 Free Download, Download Hotel Transylvania 3 Full Movie 2018 English For Kids - Animation Movies - New Disney Cartoon 2018 In Mp3 Mp4 3Gp File Format.Upload by: Stephanie Toole.» New Hollywood Movies 2018 | Hollywood Latest Movie 2018 | Super Action Movies 2018 Free Download, Download New Hollywood Movies 2018 | Hollywood Latest Movie 2018 | Super Action Movies 2018 In Mp3 Mp4 3Gp File Format.Leaving before your superior, or even your senpai (seniors aka people that worked there longer/are older than you), is awkward.
I mean, if Tanaka-san leaves at 5 pm everyday but everyone else works until 10, then Tanaka-san is, essentially, a selfish bastard and doesn’t care about his fellow man. The only one who can get away with leaving early is the foreign English teacher, because s/he’s not a “real” member of the team—but that’s a story for another day.Even if you suck at your job and spend half your shift sleeping on the desk, you’re still part of the big company family and papa company is going to take care of you.The retention rate at Japanese companies is much higher than other developed countries; however, the few employees that are fired by their company take it really hard; like, suicide hard.Productivity Doesn’t Matter, so Don’t Work so Hard Unless you’re launching a start-up (which Japanese people do not do, they only have 3% entrepreneur levels in the country compared to 13% in America), it’s unfathomable to me how you could have enough work to last 14 hours everyday. There actually isn’t enough work to do until midnight.Since Japanese employees have to keep the wa and resign to their fate of working until the wee hours, employees usually spread their tasks out throughout the day and work at a snail’s pace.In Japan, getting fired is akin to being disowned by your parents—and since you spent your entire life working for the same company, it’s hard to jump ship and be rehired elsewhere.