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TOKYO Braden Holtby Capitals Jersey , April 5 (Xinhua) -- From the baby boomer era that saw Japan's older generations work to rebuild the nation after WWII to following generations who inherited the growing economic prosperity that ran through the bubble era, one constant for the nation's working people in recent history has been the guarantee of a job for life.


White and blue collar workers alike, whether they graduated from high school or university, worked for an investment bank or in a factory, would all, on joining their respective companies, be able to rest assured that from day one until retirement age of well into their 60s Andre Burakovsky Capitals Jersey , they would be financially taken care of by their firms.


Such a life-long guarantee of work has traditionally worked both ways. In exchange for the assurance of a regular paycheck, generous biannual bonuses and a pension that would carry an employee through their silver years until their last breath, companies would insist on loyalty, and for some, demand that their staff prioritize working for their company above all else.


"It was a simple formula back then, you'd make sure to arrive at the office on time, do the work to the best of your ability while at your desk Philipp Grubauer Capitals Jersey , enjoy a coffee and a cigarette with your friends a couple of times a day, and never ever leave the office before your boss," said Shigeru Ishida, a 67-year-old retiree, who worked for Hitachi. sourcing materials and components for construction machinery in the nation's capital.


Ishida said his days at the company where he both began and ended his career were always grievously long and sometimes if they involved visiting a client in a prefecture outside Tokyo, he'd have to stay overnight in a business hotel or just "crash in an all-night Izakaya" (restaurant) and jump on the first train to make sure to be back at his desk on time.


"It wasn't unusual to work 11, 12 or more hours a day and then we'd often drink with our clients as a lot of business was Christian Djoos Capitals Jersey , in those days, not done by email or in conference rooms, but in bars, (hostess) clubs and Izakayas," Ishida reminisced.


"It was tough, we never had enough sleep, but we were constantly deepening relationships with our customers Devante Smith-Pelly Capitals Jersey , clients and prospective contacts after hours -- it was all face-to-face. Otherwise if our section manager or more senior bosses wanted to drink, well, that was work too."


He explained that work was his "true family" and his colleagues his "brothers." While he spent a lifetime providing for a beloved wife and two children -- his biological family -- work was his main priority and this was commonly understood to underpin Japan's working ethos for many decades.


"My working life from start to finish was like a marriage with no possibility of divorce," he said, adding that for his generation of "salaryman" such a viewpoint was the norm and was based on "mutual trust and unwavering loyalty."


Nowadays, however, such an ethos is far from the norm Madison Bowey Capitals Jersey , punctuated by globalization, societal shifts and an economic outlook that sees big businesses in Japan, according to the central bank's latest quarterly Tankan survey, feeling pessimistic as the world's third-largest economy has witnessed demand for its goods wane, leading to falling production and exports, and households feeling the pinch as wages and bonuses remain comparatively paltry, which has pummeled domestic consumption.


Japan's post-bubble era has seen a number of changes to Japan's economic and social landscape Lars Eller Capitals Jersey , that also includes the growing pressures of a shrinking and rapidly-aging population, which has led to a growing demographic crisis.


The current administration under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is struggling to implement actual, definitive solutions for, with various repackaged versions of the leader's failed "Abenomics" rescue plans falling someway short, as leading economists have consistently attested.


"There's just not the stability there once was in the job market and this is evidenced in the increasing numbers of people switching jobs mid-career and the fact that the economic downturn has led to a number of companies laying off large numbers of employees, and offering early retirement as part of restructuring or turnaround plans due to falling revenues," sociologist and sessional lecturer Jakub Vrana Capitals Jersey , Keiko Gono, told Xinhua.


"And in this environment, people feel less secure on both sides of the fence; the companies can no longer make lifetime guarantees and the employees no longer feel the same sense of loyalty, as we've seen by the rise of headhunting here and people switching from traditional Japanese firms to international ones for more perks, including the chance to live overseas," Gono said.


She went on to say that new troops of freshman join the workforce from high schools or universities every year.


With this year's intake transitioning to working life at the beginning of this month, their ideology is changing. Many Authentic Jay Beagle Jersey , she proffered, are not necessarily thinking of their new employers with long-term goals in mind and with notions of loyalty to their companies being far less important to them than they were to their parents' and their grandparents' generations.


A recent survey confirmed the shifting and increasing sense of job insecurity and, hence, declining trust from employees in their companies. According to Edelman PR, who polled Japanese workers on their attitudes and commitment under the current climate of economic anguish, to discover just how loyal they feel toward their employers, 60 percent of the respondents have a mistrust of the companies they work for.


In terms of other countries polled regarding the same issue Authentic John Carlson Jersey , Japan was found to rank bottom in terms of its employees' trust of their companies, with Mexico coming in top. Some 89 percent of polled Mexicans say they trust their companies, with other countries including the U.S., British and Australian workers trusting their c Manual. Cheap Jerseys China   Cheap Jerseys   Cheap Authentic Jerseys   Cheap Authentic Jerseys   Cheap Authentic Jerseys   Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping   Cheap Custom NFL Jerseys   Wholesale Jerseys China   Cheap Authentic Soccer Jerseys   Cheap Hockey Jerseys

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