This April, 15 newly-graduated students joined ISOWA.
*“Bito” in the title means “person” in Japanese. Employees are called “ISOWA-bito” at ISOWA.
Let me show you some pictures from the welcome ceremony.
Cherry blossoms welcomed them in full bloom, too!
After the ceremony, I got a two-hour talk session with them.
We discussed out credo ”Aim for the best corporate culture where we can work for our own happiness and for the happiness of our beloved family.” and what we can do about it.
At first they were being a little insecure and shy ,but, thanks to everyone’s involvement, the discussion got really energetic in the end.
I hope they found their own answer to the question, “What can a freshman do to make ISOWA a company with the best corporate culture in the world”
There might not be so much that you are able to do right now, but I want you to always try to make a difference for yourself, even if it’s a tiny one. Don’t wait for someone else to do it for you.
That’s my message for them.
Good luck to each and every one of you!