The outlook is becoming brighter for the manufacturing industry central to Japan’s economy. At the same time, Japanese industry faces the need for major restructuring to meet the changing population structure, increasingly severe global competition, and other rapid changes to the business climate, a situation that continues to present a variety of issues to be tackled.
Back in October 2012 the Revised Worker Dispatching Act went into effect. Thereafter additional laws related to working persons and styles were enacted, including the Labor Contract Act, the Act on Stabilization of Employment for Older Persons, and Handicapped Persons' Employment Promotion Act, marking a major turning point for working styles and awareness of working people. Today more than ever, programs are needed that can ensure an environment receptive to the situations of workers, the workplace supporting companies, and business operators.
Our aim is to provide a diversity of employment opportunities enabling anyone to work in a way matching their life style, with vitality and pride. We further desire the realization of a vibrant society in which workers can make the most of their abilities, and can grow with the support of those around them. For many years our Association has functioned to balance supply and demand in the labor market, and has worked to build a better relationship between working people and companies that make use of human resources, while listening to both sides. I am confident that we can play a major role in realizing the above aims.
The Japan Production Skill Labor Association (JSLA) pledges to continue working toward raising the level of human resource utilization while building greater trust among the various people and institutions involved in the labor market. At the same time we are committed to promoting the sound advancement of production contracting and staffing services.
|Director & Auditor||Name||Affiliation||Position|
|Chairman (Representative Director)||Ryuichi Shimizu||NISSO CORPORATION||President and CEO|
|President (Representative Director)||Yoshiharu Wakamatsu||WILLTEC Co., Ltd.||Adviser|
|Vice President (Director)||Hideto Aoki||Randstad K.K.||Operating Officer|
|Vice President (Director)||Katsumi Terasaka||Sigma Tec Co., Ltd.||Director|
|Executive Director||Tomoho Shintaku||Japan Production Skill Labor Association||Executive Director|
|Director||Shinya Adachi||JAPANCREATE,LTD.||Executive Vice President|
|Director||Akemi Inomata||Toyo Work Corporation||Executive Vice President|
|Director||Norikazu Saito||SANKO Corporation||President and CEO|
|Director||Tomomasa Dei||Hucom Engineering Inc.||President and CEO|
|Director||Sadayuki Dohi||FAJ Inc.||President and CEO|
|Director||Takashi Hirao||Fujiarte Co., Ltd.||President and CEO|
|Director||Yoshikazu Hirayama||HIRAYAMA Corporation||President and CEO|
|Director||Hisao Fujibayashi||WORLD INTEC CO., LTD.||General Manager Business Planning Dept.|
Director and Operating Officer
|Director||Motohide Yashiki||TTM Inc.||Director|
|Director||Kazuhiro Yoshikawa||TOKO CO.,LTD.||President|
|Auditor||Toshiharu Ko||Toshiharu Ko Accounting Office||Representative|
|Auditor||Shigeo Suzuki||Suzuki Accounting Office||Representative|
- Japan Production Skill Labor Association
5-1, Shinbashi 4-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0004 Japan