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Home » Nursing Co., Ltd. Someday, we will not be number one in the industry, but “No. 1 in Japan.” “There is nothing yet.” We will create a new standard in the industry and save Japan’s future.

Nursing Co., Ltd. Someday, we will not be number one in the industry, but “No. 1 in Japan.” “There is nothing yet.” We will create a new standard in the industry and save Japan’s future.

Nursing Co., Ltd.
Someday, we will not be number one in the industry, but “No. 1 in Japan.” “There is nothing yet.” We will create a new standard in the industry and save Japan’s future.
After being number one in the industry, we move on to being number one in Japan. In order to achieve our big goals, we want to create a society where everyone working in the medical, nursing care, welfare, childcare, and education industries can pursue both material and spiritual happiness!
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The company was founded by a female representative of a university hospital nurse when she was 30 years old with the desire to bring her heart into the industry. With the slogan “We can do more,” we aim to raise the quality of the medical, nursing care, welfare, childcare, and education industries and to improve the working environment. Protect your happiness!
Our company supports April Dream, which aims to make April 1st the day to share dreams.
This press release is a “nursing group” dream.
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“April Dream” is a project by PR TIMES that broadcasts the dreams that entrepreneurs want to achieve in the future on April 1st.
We are seriously aiming to make this dream come true.
After establishing the company in May 2020 during the pandemic, we became the only company selected in the nursing care, welfare, and childcare industry in the 2024 GPTW Japan Best 100 Best Companies to Work For in just our fourth term. growth. Because we are in an industry that is said to be 3K and 6K and are suffering from a labor shortage, we have continued to work as a team to find out that “Easy to Work + Rewarding = Work Satisfaction”, and in 2024, we have finally achieved the goal of being certified by the globally trusted GPTW survey standards. I stood at the starting line of the challenge. The company was founded by a female representative of a university hospital nurse when she was 30 years old with the desire to bring her heart into the industry. With the slogan “We can do more,” we aim to raise the quality of the medical, nursing care, welfare, childcare, and education industries and to improve the working environment. Protect your happiness.
Nursing Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Representative Director: Yukiko Suzuki, hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) has an average age of 29 years old, which is unusual in the nursing care industry where the aging of the workforce is a problem. By continuing to face head-on industry issues such as labor shortages, the quality of human resources, frequent job changes, compensation revisions, low pay, and an increase in the number of malicious facilities, the company hopes to create a future where the industry has a large number of talented human resources. We aim to create a state of gathering.
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■We want to ensure that the principle of healthy competition works on the supply side (business operators and workers)
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, as well as the national government and government, consider securing human resources for the industry as an urgent issue, and various measures are being taken or considered. We actually invest a lot of resources into recruiting friends.
Take, for example, the nursing care industry, which is facing a shortage of 60,000 workers every year. According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare’s “3rd Social Security Council Pension Subcommittee (May 8, 2020),” Japan’s total population will decrease to 87 million people (2070), and the aging rate will reach 38%. It is estimated that the working age population will decline from 75.09 million people (2020) to 45.3 million (2070). In addition, a diagram published in the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry’s “Future Human Resources Vision (May 2020)” suggests that the probability of automation for nursing care workers is less than 10%, which suggests that there will be demand for care workers in the future. While the number of people in need of nursing care will increase, it is predicted that the supply (workers in the nursing care industry) will become even more scarce.
Considering the social background in which it is difficult to reflect on nursing care and childcare due to the recent promotion of women’s participation in the workforce and the trend toward nuclear families, the company’s “medical care, nursing care, welfare, childcare, and education business” is It is now an essential service for all citizens in order to maintain modern life.
Because this is an industry where everything cannot be replaced by machines no matter how far we go, we need to improve the quality of workers and develop the industry while continuing to live in a society where people can receive safe and secure medical, nursing, welfare, childcare, and educational services. I feel that there is an urgent need to increase the number of people who want to work in the industry and to stimulate the principle of competition.
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In order to attract many colleagues to the industry, our aim is not to be the best in the industry, but to be “the best in Japan.” With a sense of mission and pride that only we can do it, we will one day become “No. 1 in the nation” and enhance the image and value of the industry.
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“AprilDream” is a project by PRTIMES where companies share their dreams that they hope to eventually come true on April 1st.
We are seriously aiming to make this dream come true.

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