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Japan immigration

Japan advises small businesses on keeping foreign talent

Consultants to help create ideal work environments to attract graduates

 Employee training and communicating career paths will be part of the agenda for the consultants. (Photo by Hiroto Aramaki)

TOKYO -- The Japanese government will dispatch experts to small and midsized businesses across the country to help companies retain skilled foreign workers, Nikkei has learned.

Consultants versed in small businesses and social insurance will visit select companies later this year. The program will target those that recruit highly skilled foreign nationals who have graduated from Japanese universities and technical schools.

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