Are the Japanese Really Hard Guild Wars 2 Gold working
Hardworking is the world to express Japanese is very close. Some people say they used to Guild Wars 2 Gold work overtime and tireless. Some people say that they only know work is not life, so every day flies like ants.
However, after a period of observation, I found that "Japanese diligence" in fact mixed with a lot of moisture.
Before coming, the United States Deputy George gave us the lesson. In Japanese corporate culture, there has a very important thing is that no matter what you have done well, been doing is good. So, when others are busy doing nothing is definitely a startling image.
Later, I discovered that in Japanese companies although overtime is common, but there are a lot of people do things and carry the box almost. Even they can finish their work early, only if people are still busy around them, the Japanese will automatically slow down--drink coffee, and smoke a cigarette to follow by consumption up. All in all, the first generation of post-war Japan's diligence is probably forced overtime. Up to now, Japanese society has stabilized, from time to time as well as "recession" to patronize the company inside job, many times not so much, but there are still many companies that everyone works until midnight.
What is the reason? According to my observation: the first is the Japanese evaluate the “good employees” linked to the length of time, the efficiency is not quite important, so that overtime has become a means to express themselves; second is Japanese culture emphasis on the collective, even to go out to eat a lunch has become a collective action. If someone left job, but I left, it would betray the collective?
Thus, the Japanese overtime is not surprising.
Japan is completely not the case. In Japan streets, you often can see called "izakaya" tavern. At the night, here is very noisy. The white collars are filled in this room. I am quite confused initially.
When I talked about this issue with the Japanese colleagues, I suddenly realize I am really "foreigner", so do not know how the situation is in Japan.