JFE Shoji Labor Union Holds Roundtable with Former Female Expatriates

The JFE Shoji Labor Union held a March 27 roundtable discussion with three female employees previously stationed at overseas subsidiaries for training. Hitomi Matsui from the Biomass Fuel Department—who trained at JFE Shoji Philippines, Inc.—along with Maiko Yoshida from the Accounting Section, who trained at JFE Shoji Power Canada Inc. and Hatsune Fukui from the Electrical Steel Section, who trained at JFE Shoji Steel Vietnam Co., Ltd., spoke about their experiences living and working abroad.

There was a Q&A session after the three introduced themselves. The attendees had a broad range of questions, including: “Did you ask to be stationed overseas?” “What exactly did your work entail?” “What did you do for recreation there, and did you interact with female expatriates from other companies in the area?” Several other questions were focused on their career plans. The roundtable was an invaluable chance for participants to hear directly from former expatriates.

The event’s goal was to have former expatriates share their experiences and insights, which would be helpful to attendees in making career plans and generate new perspectives and possibilities. Through events such as this roundtable, the JFE Labor Union will continue to develop the company and promote the personal growth of employees.

For more information, Please contact:
JFE Shoji Corporation
Public Relations Sec. General Administration Dept.

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