Creating a Japan where foreigners work as a matter of course.
Today, Japan is facing a serious problem of labor shortage due to the declining population. Under such circumstances, it is certain that more and more Japanese companies are considering hiring human resources from Asian countries. Now is your chance to work in Japan. We will support you to do so.
Nursing care industry
Specified Skills is a system for accepting foreign nationals from Asian countries who are ready to work in order to solve Japan's labor shortage. To work in Japan, you must pass the JLPT N4. There are 14 industries in which you can work, including nursing care, food service, lodging, and agriculture.
We provide free support in terms of living and working after entering Japan.
We also provide free counseling on changing jobs and discrimination due to different racial backgrounds.
We introduce human resources from Asian countries to Japanese companies and provide free support from start to finish, from finding a job in Japan to returning home.
Before entering Japan, we will give you a lecture on salary, vacations, and company housing at your workplace.
Transportation when entering and leaving Japan
Transportation to and from airports and offices or residences at the time of entry into Japan. Transportation to and from airport security checkpoints upon return.
Support for securing housing and contracts necessary for living in Japan
We provide support for contracts for house, electricity, gas, water, cell phone, bank, etc. necessary for living in Japan.
Orientation for daily life
We will explain Japanese rules and manners, how to use public institutions and contact information, and what to do in case of disasters, etc., in order to ensure a smooth social life.
Accompanying clients to public procedures, etc.
We provide a wide range of services related to public procedures, from obtaining a certificate of residence to paying taxes.
Providing opportunities for Japanese language study
We provide information on enrollment in Japanese language classes, information on Japanese language learning materials, etc.
Responding to consultations and complaints
We respond to consultations and complaints at work and in daily life in a language that foreigners can fully understand, and provide necessary advice and guidance according to the content of the consultation or complaint.
Promoting exchange with Japanese people
Provide information and assistance in participating in events such as community festivals and opportunities for exchange with local residents, such as neighborhood associations.
Assistance in changing jobs (in the case of redundancy, etc.)
In addition to assisting in finding a new job and preparing letters of recommendation in cases where the employment contract is terminated due to reasons on the part of the host company, we provide information on the granting of paid leave and necessary administrative procedures for conducting job search activities.
Periodic Interviews Reporting to Administrative Agencies
The person in charge of support will meet with the foreigner and his/her supervisor on a regular basis (at least once every three months).
Diversity in Japanese Society!
103, Forest Court A, 6686-1 Teraya, Saijocho, Higashihiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture
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