U turn, I turn

In Tokyo, there are doujin associations from towns and villages all over the country.
This is an association of people from that municipality.
I make a point of attending the Tokyo Doujinkai in the towns and villages where Koyama G facilities are located.
Especially before opening a new facility.
The purpose is to recruit staff.
For those working in Tokyo, Koyama facilities will be available in their hometown.
Do you have any children or relatives who would like to get a job?
In reality, there are often no people there, but I think it’s polite and go to say hello.
I also explain this at new graduate recruitment briefings in the Tokyo metropolitan area.
You can work either in Tokyo or in your hometown.
When you’re young, you probably want to work in Tokyo, where you spent your student days.
But in the future, I may have to return to my hometown.
You may also be worried about your parents.
It is also possible to send the parents to a facility in the metropolitan area.
You can also request a transfer yourself.
There are dormitories in both cities and rural areas.
This is the era of living in two places and working in two places.
In the future, it will be possible to work at another facility on weekends.
I’m in favor of it, both in terms of expanding one’s world and broadening one’s perspective.
A U-turn to my hometown.
From now on, it will be an era of back and forth, I-turns.
The future Koyama G will make this possible.
At Koyama G, you can engage in lifelong learning and think about long-term plans for yourself and your family.
Your potential and your family’s happiness go hand in hand.
If we can help each other and cooperate.
Because it is Koyama G of symbiosis.

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My turn?
CEO Yasunari Koyama


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