By Kana Inagaki
Junior management jobs at Tokyo Electric Power Co. might be secure for now, with the risk of bankruptcy for the embattled utility having receded somewhat, thanks to pledges of government support.
But it would take a new college graduate with a very particular character to think about starting a career in management at a company battling with Japan’s worst-ever nuclear accident, soaring compensation costs and a plummeting share price.
But while the president of the much-troubled utility admits to doubts about whether students will be interested in joining the company, he says he’s determined to continue attracting new managerial talent to the company, despite the multitude of hurdles it faces.
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・東電、今後の人材確保に暗雲 via The Wall Street Journal 日本版