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Japanese Business Culture Blog

A blog about communications between Japan and other cultures, particularly in business.



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The norms of the workplace are rooted in our educational systems.
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This fascinating article(JPNS) explains that the younger generation in Japan use the more formal "-san" with each other at work because they no longer see their companies as family.
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Japan Intercultural Consulting is pleased to announce that we now offer e-learning, something that many of our clients have requested.
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With 547 Japanese-affiliated companies that employ almost 37,000 workers, Georgia is one of the most important locations for Japanese companies in the U.S.
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I'm delighted that our new "Effective English Communication in Europe" seminar for Japanese working in Europe is almost fully booked. The seminar is designed to bridge the gap described in an article I wrote for the Teikoku Databank News on the dual role a Japanese expatriate should play.
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