A Day in the Life of a Working Mother
Close-up report on one day for a Kito-Group employee. Today’s feature is working mother Harumi Ono at the East Customer Center. She is excited about returning to the office after five and a half months of telework.
I take several trains to Shinjuku, a bit nervous about my first commute in months.
I am already very busy making quotes and answering phones. Office work somehow brings me peace of mind.
I realize how I had taken for granted that my boss was only a few desks away, and I have a fresh appreciation for the ease going to talk with him in person.
Face-to-face talks in person generate good ideas!
It’s a bit early, but I have to leave to pick up my son. See you tomorrow!!
Goal of 2020 in a Single Character
This April, 15 employees joined Kito Japan. We asked them to pick up their goals for the new fiscal 2020 in a single character. “Honesty” “Self-growth” “Momentum” “Repetition” “Broad-minded” “Leap” “Self-knowledge” “Listen” “Step-up” “Preparation” “Ambitious” “Progress” “Personality” “New” “Challenge” […]
Our Unforgettable Training in Japan
Kito-Group company and leading US chain manufacturer Peerless Industrial Group sent two employees to Japan. What was the purpose? The two visitors are key persons of production field at Peerless, Production Operations Manager Ryan Kowalski (right) and Senior Quality Engineer David Hawes. They look great in Kito uniforms!
For Manual Hoist Assembly, Count on Us!
“Teamwork is essential in manufacturing. It’s important to create an atmosphere where the team members feel comfortable talking with one another,” says Naoki Fukasawa, leading the Manual Hoist Assembly Team. We spoke with him and Hisato Tagawa, who has been working with his leader for quite a long time.