Koyama Dividend

Dividends for listed companies hit a record high of 16 trillion yen.

Those who receive the dividends are often funds or companies.

How many individual shareholders will benefit from this?

Among the patients and users, there may be such wealthy people.

But will there be any of our colleagues who work at Koyama who will benefit from this?

In the nursing care business of major corporations, dividends are not passed on to employees.

It is resold among funds and large corporations, increasing wealth.

Profits from the nursing care business do not go to the frontline staff as much as dividends.

I think there are also many part-time and dispatched workers in nursing care settings.

All of Koyama’s income comes from the sweat and tears of its field staff.

We would like to give back to this by increasing employee benefits.

Health management for employees nationwide will be conducted online from Ginza.

We will enhance the event of the reward party with long service award recipients.

Invite me to Kabukiza and have dinner with me.

Holding a Disney training session for new employees over 3 days and 2 nights.

Enhance play equipment at nursery schools and mother-child support facilities, and increase events.

Build staff dormitories nationwide.

Invest your money in the lives of your employees.

But it’s not just about money.

Ultimately, Koyama’s work supports life and deals with souls.

Koyama shares the harshness of this job.

That is Koyama G.

That compassion and mutual support is Koyama’s dividend.

I am grateful for that dividend.

Everyone working at the end of the New Year.

I think it’s busy and chaotic.

When Ginza was an emergency hospital, I was confined to the hospital from the end of the year until the New Year.

Hospitalized patients and staff alike felt isolated and lonely.

Since then, I have come to think of hospitals and facilities as arks.

Both residents and staff are passengers on the same ship.

I believe that living a life of mutual support and gratitude is what makes humans happy.

I want to share this happiness with everyone and express my gratitude as we approach the end of the year.

I’m not alone.

You are all with me, you are not alone.

Pulse oximeter 96/97/96

Body temperature 36.6 Blood sugar 106

Soul Network

CEO, Yasunari Koyama


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