Work Hard, Play Hard in Japan

All around Japan , the work culture is a convoluted web of bureaucracy with a set hierarchy of most important person in the room to lowly peon. That said, when your work throws a work party (better known as an enkai ), all of that goes out the window. You’ll get to see your coworkers in a whole new light, including your tight-lipped boss and the lady who serves you green tea every morning.    How do I get invited and how much will it co...
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Alexis Nissanka
My way of thinking is Play hard is the reward for working hard. Both aspects should have a balance or an equilibrium. If one is to... Read More
Thursday, 14 August 2014 00:29
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