Human Resources Development Policy
We as a company are entering our 68th fiscal year since our establishment. Thus far, we have adapted to radically changing circumstances, and achieved growth.
In particular, as the range of companies with whom we do business extends beyond Japan and we are called upon to work within a global system, in addition to our local subsidiaries in Hong Kong and Shanghai, we have recently established others in Thailand, Indonesia, India, and Taiwan.
Including our three local subsidiaries in China, we have seven overseas bases. Our subsidiaries have, from the time of their founding, worked to supply products to local companies, and to procure and develop new products.
Regarding the type of personnel we look for, as the source of our competitiveness is the ability of each of our employees to excel on different fronts, we aim to recruit, develop, and promote personnel with a focus on three key points: 1) employees with the ambition to succeed on the global stage, 2) self-motivated employees, and 3) employees with professional credentials in two or more fields.
In terms of our HR training policy, our employees will acquire knowledge of products by participating in various forms of training, etc. We as a company will regularly provide thorough, conscientious education and guidance in the form of on-the-job training.
Training for new employees: Business etiquette, practical trade fundamentals, accounting, clerical fundamentals, basic product knowledge training, etc.
Self-development assistance system: We support our employees' personal growth through measures such as assistance payments for all forms of self-development, including language study.
・Participation in rubber seminar hosted by the Hyogo Prefectural Institute of Technology (external)
・Participation in product information sessions and study groups organized by major chemical manufacturers (external)
・Rubber study groups, held across 20 meetings a year (internal)
・Chemical compliance training, held regularly over the course of a year (internal)
・Participation in overseas training (internal)
"Making personal connections is a skill that is learned": Thinking about what I can do myself
Being aware of my own standing in the business world
Creating new work with my own ideas and the reasons behind them
"Lending a hand when someone is having trouble": The real experience of working as a team
An atmosphere where the culture is friendly and communication flows smoothly
An environment where if you want to see it happen, you can make it happen