OKADA Koichi Meiji Univ.Dep.of Business Administration, Professor, 経営学部, 助教授 (80233328)
SEKIGUCHI Teiichi Cyuo Univ.Dep.of Commercial Science, Professor, 商学部, 教授 (20138613)
SARUTA Masaki Cyukyo Univ.Dep.of Business Administration, Professor, 経営学部, 教授 (80139980)
TANAKA Yoshimi Tokyo Gakugei Univ.United Graduate School of Education, Professor, 連合学校教育学研究科, 教授 (00115247)
HIRANUMA Takashi Meiji Univ.Dep.of Business Administration, Professor, 経営学部, 教授 (80208834)
The some important points are made clear by this research. At the first point, we find 5 types of highly skilled worker in the industrial society of modem Japan. The first type is the men who is both employer of the medium & small-size firms and highly skilled worker in metal cutting work. The second is the man who work in handicraft shop in machine shop. They have excellent precision techniques at micron or sub-micron level. The third is the man who is called as skilled worker, technician and engineer. They are educated in the technical college run by private enterprise. The forth is the men who work as supervisor at shop. They have technical skills, social skills and are given the significant task to tram followers. The fifth is the man who work in the traditional trades, for example, gardener, carpenter, plasterer, etc..
At second point, a number of firms try to educate, train many employees for the purpose of up-grading skills. Regardless of cost and time, many firms cope with difficult problems to employ green-men, select excellent employees, train employees.
At third point, the Japanese public school system don't always fit both the quantity and quality of human resources which are required by. enterprise facing the environmental, economical, social, and technical change.