It is appointed by the Board of Directors, which makes management decisions on behalf of shareholders, and bears ultimate responsibility for corporate management policies. It is often the same as the chairman of the board of directors. Japan call “Sai ko kei ei seki nin sha”.
a person responsible for hiring workers. a person who exercises control and makes decisions. the head of a tribe or clan. a leader in a political party who controls votes and dictates appointments. Japanese calls Tai-Sho.
a person responsible for the unit of a business. In Japan, in general, the chief manager(head of unit) has a high position, the deputy manager(deputy head of unit) is next, and the deputy manager(head assistant of a unit) has a lower status than the deputy manager (deputy head of unit).
Since the assistant head assistant of a department is in charge of supporting the head of a department, it does not have the authority or authority of the head of a department. If head of a department is out of the office for external work, the main task is to control the inside of … Read More
1. In Japan, most departments placed in organizations such as government offices and companies generally consist of lower-level organizations such as departments, groups, and rooms. Often honored as a position with greater authority. 2. Head of the club team at school Japanese calls “Bu cho”.
A person responsible for the administration of a business. Usually in a Japanese company it will be classed above the section chief. next-in-command, Deputy National Director, Deputy Commissioner, Deputy Chief Memorial Affairs Director, Vice Director, Deputy Chief Benefits Director, deputy manager, Deputy Chief Medical Director, Deputy Director and etc. Japanese says “Ji Cho”.
A group leader is the head of an organizational unit called a group in an organization, a group, or a school. Position mainly used in companies, government offices, etc. 1. One of the middle managers of companies and corporations. It corresponds to the section chief or manager. 2. It is a leader of a … Read More