In order to give importance to the growth of each of our staff members and nurture those who will be responsible for the future of our business, we will support their independent growth while taking a view from a long-term perspective together with each and every one.

Turning enthusiasm into an opportunity

When launching a new store or project, Seilin & Co. may solicit and recruit a store manager or project leader from among staff members within the company. Staff members who started out as salespersons can then have the opportunity to challenge various jobs such as product planning, buyers, and public relations.
Regardless of your age or the number of years you have been in the company, what matters is “What do you want to do?” and “What can you do?”

Career path examples

Example 1:

  • Recruited as new graduate
  • Assigned to a shop
  • Original product planning department
  • Besides working as a salesperson, the staff member was also involved in the planning of original products for the shop. Assigned to product planning team through the in-house recruitment system based on enthusiasm for product planning.

Example 2:

  • Recruited as new graduate
  • Assigned to a shop
  • Took childcare leave
  • Assigned to a shop
  • After being assigned to a shop, and after working as a salesperson, the staff member gained experience as a shop manager and was involved in the business of managing the shop. After having a child and taking childcare leave, the staff member returned to work as a shop salesperson.

Example 3:

  • Recruited mid-career
  • Assigned to a food shop
  • Transferred to an apparel shop
  • Worked at the food shop for about five years. While gaining experience, the staff member had an increasing desire to be involved in other various food, clothing, and housing fields in the future. After consulting with a supervisor and the human resources manager, the staff member was transferred to an apparel shop.

Organization chart

  • Product management
  • Trading business
  • Sewing
  • Product planning
  • Pattern making
  • Domestic and international buying
  • Production control
  • Retail shops (apparel)
  • Retail shops (food and beverage)
  • Domestic wholesaling
  • International business
  • E-commerce business
  • Human resources
  • Accounting
  • General affairs
  • Systems
  • Workshop (household goods, display production, etc.)
  • Press and public relations
  • Social media marketing
  • Graphic design
  • GAIJIN MADE product planning