Let us introduce you bits of knowledge about our company to make you familiar.
Our company name “START TODAY” is derived from a song title of one hard-core punk band called the “GORILLA BISCUITS”. They’ve actually visited our office and were kind enough to sign on the wall of our CEO’s room.
Every employee working at STARTTODAY is willing to experiences each other’s pleasure by thinking and acting willingly. We are trying to make work a natural part of our everyday life,by increasing happy employees. We believe inspiring one another by expressing individual imaginations will contribute to the growth of each and one of us.
We named our recruiting activity “Hello” wishing that our corporate philosophy would spread worldwide, becoming an entrance for a field where everyone can shine.
In-house PC site “ST FACE” enables employees to browse basic information about one another, by clicking on people’s head shots. This app gave us an opportunity to communicate with each other, as a first approach.
STARTTODAY deeply values unique employees.
The official mascot for our 6-hour work day style “ROKUJIRO” is a samurai who has a hair style like the number 6. He finishes work in 6 hours every day and enjoys after hours playing golf, reading, running and practicing English conversation. He is 30 years old, and lives with his wife and kids.
A general meeting for all of our employees is called “STARTTODAY CAMP”, which is held in December every year. We hold several events where all employees can participate, such as group singing guided by CEO Maezawa.
The “ZOZOBUS” for our staff, operates between our logistics facilities “ZOZOBASE” and nearby stations.ZOZOBUS-1 is dressed in black from window to tire. The other white and silver buses also run around the Makuhari district.
Employees living in the Makuhari District can receive a housing allowance of 50 thousand yen every month. This system was established to reinvigorate Makuhari’s economy which is our CEO’s hometown. 80% of our employees are currently living in Makuhari.
In our office, there is a door with a big sticker stating “Love” which is “愛” in Japanese. The implied meaning is “Important colleagues and information are behind the door, so let’s handle the door with love!”.
Based on the concepts “Inspire each other with warm feelings”, we are continuing CSR activity “ZOZOARIGATO”. By posting feelings of gratitude on the bulletin board, users are able to participate in the donation.