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外企白领口语21:人力资源部(音频)

2015-10-26    来源:网络    【      美国外教 在线口语培训

外企白领口语21:人力资源部(音频)

Human Resources 人力资源部

终身聘用 lifetime employment

A: Your way of recruitment of employees is quite different from that in Japan.

B: What's the difference? Maybe we can learn something from you.

A: Basically, the biggest difference is the matter of lifetime employment for all of our regular employees.

B: That sounds great, but may not feasible in our nation.

正式员工 regular employee

A: In Japan, we assure that a regular employee will stay with the company for his entire career.

B: What do you mean by your regular employees? All your employees or merely the whitecollar?

A: Actually, both white-collar and blue-collar.

B: Do you mean that the companies in Japan and their employees have a certain commitment to each other to stay together through the employees entire career life?

A: You said it!

临时员工 part time/temporary employees

A: We recruit temporary employees sometimes.

B: Then how do you decide who will be the regular employees?

A: We have an interview procedure and they will also pass a strict test. Then those with excellent performances will become regular employees.

裁员 lay off workers

A: You don't even lay workers off in slack times?

B: That rarely happens in Japan.

职务升迁应当以工作表现为基础。The promotion should be mainly based on the performance at work.

A: What about the promotion and transfers in Japanese companies?

B: The employees are usually promoted or transferred on the basis of seniority and this is consistent with the seniority system in many areas in Japanese society.

A: But I think the promotion should be mainly based on the performance at work.

B: It's reasonable, too.

为员工创造一种快乐的工作环境。a happy working environment for employees.

A: It is said that there's much paternalism in the employee relationships in Japanese companies.

B: Many share the same idea with you, but we don't believe so.

A: How do you define the so-called "paternalism" in Japan?

B: We are interested in creating a happy working environment for our employees and we hope that the employees see the company as a kind of family and working here as a part of their life.

额外福利 fringe benefits

A: How time flies! It’s pay day again!

B: How I envy you, Nancy! Your company has very generous fringe benefit policies.

奖金 bonus

A: You have got a decent job and decent salary.

B: The bonus is not an easy buck! It has a great deal to do with the degree of responsibility in a job.

干得越多,收入越多 The more you work, the more you get.

A: Do you have to work overtime?

B: That's for sure! I work 24 hours overtime a week.

A: But the overtime pay is usually higher than the regular pay, right?

B: Sure, that means the more you work, the more you get!

具体福利政策 specific well-being polices

A: What specific well being polices do you have in your company?

B: We have health insurance, transportation allowances, luncheon allowances and subsidized housing.

A: Do you mean that your company assists the employees in purchasing a house?

B: Yes, but our company housing allowances take the form of dormitory facilities for single employees and apartment facilities for married employees.



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