Based on the concept of “Independence and Autonomy,” which is at the core of Nissui’s human capital system, we provide human capital development measures to support each employee in drawing up and realizing his or her career plan.
Nissui has been implementing the global personnel registry system since 2016. Under this system, global personnel in Nissui are defined as "personnel who can build good relationships with diverse counterparties and yield results in any complex/uncertain business environment in the world," and candidates for global personnel who will play an active role outside Japan in the future are recruited and trained by accepting applications from the general public or through recommendation.
The minimum set of skills required for prospective global personnel are: (i) the ability to create value; (ii) the ability to adapt to different cultures; and (iii) foreign language ability. The system aims to make the candidates acquire such skills by dispatching them to short-term assignments outside Japan, short-term business training programs outside Japan, etc., to train them into personnel suited for assignments outside Japan.