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  • Kind Of Long Term Employment System
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    Employee Performance in Japan: Evaluation and Reward Postwar economic development provided quite and immense amount of status and income to the Japanese. Since the 1960's, close to 90% of the Japanese people consider themselves to fall somewhere in the middle-class according to a survey conducted by the Prime Minister's office. Today, status in society is determined mostly by one's employment. Out of the labor force that consists of more than 60 million people, 45 million of those are regular em...
  • Less Resourceful Environment Japanese Firms
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    Introduction Integrative contingency theory is based on four components. These components are the effectiveness of the organization itself, environmental variables, context or the variables related to objectives and internal characteristics of the organization. The internal characteristics are divided into three parts; first part is the characteristics of the organizational structure, the second part is the managerial behavior, and the third is the personal predisposition of the people in the co...
  • Japanese Employees At Mitsubishi
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    BackgroundRecruitmentWorkplaceDiscriminationLawsuitMediaResponseDefenseLeaveEndInterpretationConclusionRacial Discrimination? Japanese Interview Mitsubishi Japan Employment Discrimination Case Hi, I had the misfortune of working for Mitsubishi Electric in Japan, a few years ago. This is my story of a rare employment-related racial discrimination lawsuit I filed against them in their home country. This story is somewhat different. Media's version of it (below) will let you know some facts regardi...
  • Industrial Competitiveness Interfirm Networks
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    Why Are Interfirm Networks So Prevalent In Japan Why Do They App era To Contribute To Industrial Competitiveness Katherine Kisses Comparative International Management Why are interfirm networks so prevalent in Japan Why do they appear to be so effective in promoting industrial competitiveness Interfirm networks have grown from the history of Japan, the government action and culture. In recent years they have gained a degree of both fame and notoriety (Gerlach, 1992). These networks have appeared...
  • Effectiveness Of Job Rotation In Japanese Firms
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    ... logy are changed rapidly and the only way to survive, employees have to be able to adapt to these changes. The form of Japanese firm used in training and development are: career development, training of particular needs, and informal and self-development. (Hideo Inohara, 1990. pp 72) In term of career development, a Japanese firm provides several training. They are try to make every job easier. Employees are expected to be able to learn by themselves, and if they can not understand about the...
  • Basic Ethical Values In Japanese Business Systems
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    Japanese Work Ethics vs. American Ethics "For an American to consider the Japanese from any viewpoint for any reason, it is important for us to remember that they are products of a unique civilization, that their standards and values are the results of several thousand years of powerful religious and metaphysical conditioning that were entirely different from those that molded the character, personality and habits of Westerners" (De Mente, p. 19). To understand the Japanese, it is necessary to h...
  • German And Japanese Labour Relations Systems
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    INTRODUCTION United States, German and Japan have developed to be the most significant economic powers of the world. This document will discuss the key similarities and differences of these three systems as well as the strengths and weaknesses. Their power to adapt successfully to change is without a doubt an important measure when considering the chance of their survival. At the same time, we have to keep in mind the very basis of what provides capitalism is its essence, as Raymond Aron tells u...

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