No, however we do expect our employees to be competent in relation to their age
※ However, there are age restrictions when it comes to company dormitories.
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While we do take certifications into account, they are never a deciding factor for us. We look at an applicant's experience with IT, and their performance during their time as a student. Many things culminate together to assist us in making our decisions in recruitment.
Before our employees enter the organization, they are enrolled into an e-learning program that teaches them the necessary basics of IT. After employees enter the organization, they are put through core training and will learn advanced skills in a given area of IT or development. Our employees always challenge themselves to improve their IT skills, so it's always in an applicant's best interest to do the same.
Our employees are often placed in client located worksites; this will be decided by the organization. Based upon the skills our employees acquire during basic training, their work locations are then decided. Work locations are mainly in the general Tokyo area, however other worksites are located in Osaka, San'in, Nagoya, Takamatsu, Matsuyama, and many more including overseas work locations (China, America, Singapore, etc.).
Just like most companies, there will be times that are busier than normal. During those times, you may be requested to work overtime or on your holidays. However, our company treasures work life balance, and we do our best to care for our employees. If you attend one of our company information seminars, you will have a chance to talk to current employees and ask them any questions relating to this topic.
To spell it out broadly, our employees undergo training for both "hard skills" and "soft skills". Delving deeper into the process, areas of training that one may register for could fall under: group training, e-learning, distance learning, and many more. There are a multitude of different types of training that will help prepare you to pass certification and licensing examinations as well. All of these can be set to match an employee's growth speed, and special topics of interest.
Yes. In accordance with the Next Generation Education and Support Promotion Act, the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare has given ID the "Kurumin" mark for supporting child growth.Currently, A number of male and female employees are making use of this system. With CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) in mind, our company is actively participating in creating institutions and initiatives that foster a workplace that combats the declining birthrate in Japan.
Yes. ID welcomes applications from foreign exchange students, as well as those who are living abroad. ID has offices in a variety countries including China, Singapore, and America. Foreign workers comprise 10% of all group organizations within ID. With global expansion in mind, ID aims to increase the amount of non-Japanese employees in the near future.
Yes. Our organization prides itself on diversity. Gender plays no role in the career progression process; ID maintains an environment in where if an employee has passion and enthusiasm, they can take on a managerial position.
Our overseas subsidiaries mainly conduct IT related operations, sales, and recruitment. If your current position is related to the work being done in an overseas office, there is likely a chance that you will be able to work abroad even as a relatively inexperienced employee. Also, if you request to work abroad, there is a chance that you will be able to. In terms of recruitment and sales, we often have employees who have a very solid understanding of the company work abroad to carry out such tasks.