It’s not just a job because they get to make friends, learn about another way of life and create memories of a lifetime.
Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) July 26, 2013
With the rainy season ending early in many locations around the country, Japanese beach resort workers in Okinawa are now bracing for their visitor numbers to spike. They’re expecting large crowds to arrive at the most popular resort areas to get relief from the recent heat wave. The foreign staff recruitment company boobooSKI’s Director Mr. Adam Claydon-Platt remarks that “seaside locations offer cool ocean breezes, so it’s natural to expect people to head to the shores with the recent hike in temperatures.” He goes on to say that his “summer resort staff are well prepared for a bustling and fun summer with the anticipated large crowds.”
Those who are familiar with Japan’s seasons are usually prepared for hot summers and plan accordingly by purchasing appropriate items such air conditioners and fans. But when a blistering heat wave arrives early, as it did not long ago, going to the beach is one of the quickest options to cool down.
Foreign resort job placement company boobooSKI has staff placed in the popular beach location of Okinawa and are bracing them for a boost in visitor numbers. The boobooSKI summer teams consist of foreign workers who immerse themselves in the Japanese culture by using their language skills while working at breezy seaside locations.
Mr. Claydon-Platt says “For those who don’t know, Okinawa is a tropical retreat, offers a lot of fun activities, and is a perfect location to beat a heat wave.” He goes on to say that while the heat wave sent a lot of people to the stores to purchase all variety of cooling devices, his staff simply enjoyed the temperature rise because of where they’re located. He says his team members are “really lucky because they get to eat, sleep and work the Japanese lifestyle at the beach, and can enjoy the hot weather because the seaside air is cool.”
The boobooSKI Director has told his Japanese beach resort workers to “expect bolstered numbers of visitors over the coming days as the public search for fun and fast ways to stay cool.” He further explains that all his team are prepared to handle the influx to their seaside resorts because “they understand the culture and speak the language.”
Mr. Claydon-Platt continues, “boobooSKI staff are all genuinely interested in the Japanese culture and lifestyle. It’s not just a job because they get to make friends, learn about another way of life and create memories of a lifetime. This summer is going to be an exciting season for them.”
While the recent heat wave in Japan has buoyed retail sales for cooling devices, the renowned resort staff placement company boobooSKI are bracing themselves for larger crowds at Okinawa beach locations. The company offers their beach workers access to fun seaside resorts and constant support throughout their stay. They also assist with other formalities such as organizing airfare, visas, and insurance.
The blistering temperatures will put pressure on Mr. Claydon-Platt’s team but he undauntedly says “Our staff are well trained and prepared, not to mention fully supported by the boobooSKI administrative team. The flocks of sun lovers will allow them to use their language skills to the max, as well as get to enjoy the summer weather.”
boobooSKI have taken their passion for Japan to innovate working and studying abroad. They help young people from around the world secure paid work in the country’s popular beach and ski hotels and resorts.
Their more recent internship programs were created for the promotion of mutual understanding and friendship between Japan and other countries; as well as to encourage students of various degrees to improve their knowledge and skills by experiencing first-hand the internationally renowned Japanese work ethic, culture and approach to service.
To learn more about boobooSKI, visit: http://www.boobooski.com/.