Over 30 percent of surveyed Japanese managers feel intense stress from working with foreigners (2)

1 Name: Unverified Source : 2019-12-21 00:24 ID:PH3KGt8l

In recent years, an increasing number of foreigners have been finding jobs in Japan, and not just in humanities and international services roles like teaching and translation. As more non-Japanese workers start joining the general-purpose Japanese workforce, though, some of their Japanese bosses are struggling with the changes to the business landscape, as shown in a recent survey by Japanese employment agency Persol Group.

In a survey of Japanese managers with foreign subordinates, 34.3 percent of the 872 respondents reported that they feel intense stress because of the challenges the situation presents. Moreover, 17.2 percent of the managers of foreign workers said that if they could, they would like to quit their jobs immediately.

2 Name: Unverified Source : 2019-12-22 02:39 ID:y7VbShcU

must be the electromagnetic waves

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