Category - Japanese Videos
Japanese labor unions made reduced working hours an important part of their demands, and many larger firms responded in a positive manner. In 1986 the average employee worked 2,097 hours in japan, compared with 1,828 hours in the united states and 1,702 in france. Thanks to the global nature of many japanese businesses today, using japanese at work is quickly becoming a primary reason for people to learn japanese. Behind the great japanese customer service lies the hard and earnest work of japanese service staff. However, a different story applies to big japanese conservative dinosaur corporations. Japan has some of the worlds longest working hours, and some young japanese are literally working themselves to death. In spite of the labour law, it is not unusual for employees to work 60 hours a week. This has led to a phenomenon called karo-shi (death from overwork), where corporate employees have been known to spontaneously drop dead of exhaustion. many japanese corporations, realising that more exercise could possibly make their employees healthier and more productive, began to schedule exercise programmes during work hours. Young japanese are choosing part-time work, contrary to their elder counterparts who work overtime. This is a new style of career choice for the young japanese people who want to try out different jobs in order to figure out their own potential. These individuals work for hourly wages rather than regular salaries, and are called freeters. Cells at work! ( , hataraku saib ) is a japanese manga series written and illustrated by akane shimizu. It features the anthropomorphized cells of a human body, with the two main protagonists being a red blood cell and a white blood cell she frequently encounters.