Resolving chronic shortages
of human resources
at overseas locations
Faster routine work, so you can focus on your core business
As human resource shortages become increasingly severe in Japan, there are significant impacts on overseas locations as it has become difficult to dispatch personnel from Japan.
Meanwhile, hiring local personnel overseas can also be difficult, as it is challenging to secure highly skilled people or train people, and their retention rate is low. Initiatives are needed to address issues related to such human resource shortages.
Maintaining overseas business with a small number of employees
There are many issues involved in hiring people locally overseas. It is hard to hire highly skilled people since local companies are competing to do the same. In some cultures, changing jobs is normal in order to advance one's career. There may also be a shortage of trainers, and language barriers may complicate training. In order to minimize such human resource issues as much as possible, it is important to re-evaluate current operations and seek a mechanism that helps you to run your business with fewer personnel.
Who will perform routine work
and menial work?
Business always includes a certain amount of routine work and menial work. There are often large amounts of such work in management divisions, such as general affairs, human resources, and accounting. If you automate these operations using tools, outsource them to external vendors, or consolidate them at your headquarters, you will be able to transfer your human resources to higher-value operations and bolster representatives' motivation.
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associated with human resource shortages
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