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• Shangri-La Tokyo: “Special Osechi” (until Dec. 16, 2021)

Experience the taste of the Shangri-La Special Osechi Boxes! Offering a unique combination of Italian, Chinese, Asian and Japanese cuisine, and sweets, Osechi boxes assembled by the chefs at the Shangri-La Tokyo feature carefully selected ingredients that perfectly pair with fine wine or sake. An ideal dish for a luxurious New Year Celebration! For pricing information and the detailed menu, kindly refer to this document (Orders until December 16, 2021).

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• Frank Schulz Human Capital Consulting partners with Kennedy Executive Search

Frank Schulz Human Capital Consulting has joined Kennedy Executive Search, a global network of privately-owned boutique executive search and organizational development consulting firms. Frank Schulz HCC, the 14th partner firm for Kennedy, offers services in executive search, career counseling, outplacement, and assessment with a focus on European and Japanese companies based in Japan and Europe. “With the addition of this new office, we aim to significantly improve not only our level of service to the Japanese companies currently trusting Kennedy, but also to the many international clients, from auto parts to software, to whom Japan has also become the place for the development of new products and concepts. We look forward to working with Frank Schulz and his team and to the value we will generate to our clients” said Pablo Perella-Berdun, President of Kennedy Executive Search. For more details, see the full press release.

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• Robert Walters surveys over 4,800 professionals on the ideal number of days to work in the office

Specialist recruitment consultancy Robert Walters surveyed over 4,800 professionals globally to understanding their work style preferences and career plans. Twice per week is the most ideal number of days to work in the office according among respondents both in Japan and globally. 37% of professionals in Japan said they would likely reject a job offer if they had to work nearly every day at the office. Commuting, flexible hours, and flexibility on where to live are main reasons why professionals are willing to give up the office day-to-day. For more information, please see the full press release.

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