The Japanese division of Nintendo recently updated the page dedicated to recruitment, unveiling some interesting statistics. Daniel Ahmad, a well-known analyst by Niko Partners, has come to translate it from the Japanese language
Apparently, in the Rising Sun Nintendo can count on well 2,271 office workers whose average age is 38 , 5 years . Employees have spent on average 13.5 years among the ranks of the big N, slightly above the Japanese average, and work approximately 7 hours and 45 minutes a day a normal working day . Instead, wages are around 80,000 dollars per year.
The figures below depict the picture of a rather young society, which holds its employees close (in the West it is rare to come across periods of permanence so long) and with acceptable working hours, far from the idea crunch-centric that we often make of Japanese work ethics. What do you think about it? We are waiting for your comments.
Meanwhile, Nintendo's top of the American side are undergoing major changes, as Reggie Fils-Aime has decided to abandon her position as president. His post will soon be taken by Doug Bowser currently vice-president of the sales section. The bag, apparently, has welcomed this move.