We have an equal opportunity workplace and have employees from 17 countries working in the same office. We use the differences in ethnicity and cultures to innovate our businesses on a global scale to tailor to the different needs of every region. BEENOS has hired employees from countries such as Argentina, Australia, China, France, Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan, the United States and Vietnam.
(as of January 2019)
A Multi-National Workplace
Hiring in Rural Areas
We have opened offices in rural areas in Japan to acquire high level talent and they contribute from their respective geographic areas. We have opened an office in Daisen, Tottori in 2016 and Kitakyushu, Fukuoka in 2018 and have hired employees locally.
Improvement of Work-Life Balance
We have implemented a flextime system for our employees so they can better coordinate their personal life with their work life by altering their work hours. We also hold a "Family Day" for our employees to bring their families to the office so that they can better understand the type of work their family member is doing. We continue to think of ways to improve the work-life balance of our employees.
Measures to Improve Health
We have been recognized by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry as a company within the Certified Health & Productivity Management Organization Recognition Program. We believe that our employees' physical and mental health is imperative for the company's growth. The company sells health products such as "Sunshine Juice" and "Office Okan" at discounted rates for employees. We also hire instructors to hold Yoga and Kick Boxercise classes at our office.
Charity and Environmental Practices
We have a wagon, the "Thanks Wagon", that sells fruits, snacks and coffee in the office. Products sold on the wagon include requests by employees as well as healthy fruits and snacks. A portion of the sales is donated to charity. We also have a box to collect bottle caps which, when recycled, also donates to causes that help reduce carbon emissions.
Supporting Student Engineers
We were a co-sponsor for the 2018 National Tertiary College Programming Contest (Tertiary ProCon) to support the future technicians of Japan. One of our employees also served as a judge for the contest.