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Japan Intercultural Consulting is a global training and consulting firm focused on Japanese business. We help clients improve working relationships in multicultural environments. We provide cross-cultural awareness training seminars, management and communication skills training seminars, teambuilding programs, human resource management consulting, and executive coaching services. By working with us, our clients are better able to achieve their business goals. READ MORE...
EVENTS JAPANESE BUSINESS CULTURE BLOG
Feb 23, 2016
WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH JAPANESE
Crowne Plaza Cincinnati Blue Ash 5901 Pfeiffer Road Cincinnati, OH 45242, United States


Mar 09, 2016
TRAVAILLEZ EFFICACEMENT AVEC VOS COLLÈGUES OU PARTENAIRES JAPONAIS
5 rue du Helder, Paris, Métro le plus proche : Opéra (Lignes 3,7,8 et RER A) France France, France


Apr 18, 2016
WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH AMERICANS – A seminar for Japanese
SHERATON DETROIT NOVI HOTEL 21111 Haggerty Road Novi, MI 48375, United States


Apr 19, 2016
WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH JAPANESE
SHERATON SUITES GALLERIA - ATLANTA 2844 Cobb Parkway SE, Atlanta, Georgia 30339, United States



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Rochelle Kopp
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. [Read More...]


Rochelle Kopp
From the standpoint of where I am in Silicon Valley, the contrast between how Japanese firms and their American competitors typically approach things is particularly stark. [Read More...]


Pernille Rudlin
Does Hitachi's abolition of seniority based pay to improve global mobility mean that globalization will bring the end to Japanese lifetime employment and seniority based pay? [Read More...]


Pernille Rudlin
Who takes the most holidays - Europe and Japan
Aug 30, 2015 12:53 PM
by Pernille Rudlin

The announcement earlier this year by the Japanese government that they want to revise the Labour Standards Law to require companies to ensure that workers take their paid leave allowance has attracted a fair amount of attention in European media.  Japanese employees are entitled to an average of around 18.5 days a year but typically only take around 9 days. 
How does this compare to Europe? [Read More...]


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