Technical Internship Programs for Konbini Foreign Part-Timers

The convenience store industry in Japan will be offering the government-sponsored Technical Internship Program and Nihongo proficiency for its non-Japanese part-time employees. The Japan Franchise Association is also lobbying for the government to include convenience store management into it. Overall, the program aims to provide technical skills, technology and knowledge to people from developing countries who are working in companies or farms in Japan and is set to roll out on November next year.   [caption id="attachment_484" align="aligncenter" width="650"] Photo  credit to: http://www.businessinsider.com[/caption]   Amidst the chronic shortage of local workforce, Seven Eleven Japan Co., FamilyMart Co. and Lawson Inc. have been actively hiring non-Japanese part-timers. Most... Register/Login

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