Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
Nearly 30 million holidaymakers in Japan are expected to travel through the country over the next month as reported by NewsonJapan.com last week. The mixture of massive domestic movements with the arrival of international visitors has kept boobooSKI, a Japan internship and resort job placement service company, busy prepping their resort staff for a bumper tourist season. “We’ve been expecting a rush to the ski slopes with all the heavy snowfall Japan’s had since last month,” says Adam Claydon-Platt, director of boobooSKI, “The projected higher tourist movements has meant we’ve been fairly busy preparing all our foreign staff for an eventful season.”
Japan is expecting a 1.3% increase on the number of domestic travellers planning both overnight and longer stay holidays this year; the anticipated rise will see numbers top 30 million for the first time in 6 years. The substantial travels of Japanese holidaymakers, combined with the anticipated flock of international visitors, is a natural result of upcoming end of year festivities, as well as the abundant snow fall in the ski regions. These massive numbers have created expectations for a deluge of guests to the holiday ski resorts.
Recognizing the possibility of a tourist influx this winter season, boobooSKI, an established Japan internship and resort job placement company, has been busy preparing their staff, who come from around the world, for an exciting holiday season.
“With much earlier than anticipated snowfall occurring in some of the best ski areas of Japan,” says Adam, “It’s created a lot of excitement amongst winter sport enthusiasts.” And those enthusiasts are expected to keep coming well into the new year, “So, we’ve been busy placing our foreign recruited staff into many of Japan’s best ski resorts.”
Seeing the heavy snowfall as an indicator the tourist numbers may increase, Adam’s company was already hard at work preparing his team for a higher number of visitors. But when adding the forecast of domestic holidaymakers on the move this year, Adam remarks, “Prepping our team this year is keeping our schedule pretty packed, especially since we always try to maximise our service for both the employers and our staff.”
boobooSKI is known for continuously improving their systems and procedures, making their team of non-native workers and interns highly regarded by Japanese employers. It’s this personalized care that’s also contributed to Adam being busier than normal.
“It’s been a little hectic, but I think it’s going to be a really busy and exciting ski season this year.” Adam further notes boobooSKI’s service to foreign workers includes pre-arrival assistance, ongoing support while they work at the hotels and resorts, as well as assisting them with anything they need to better ease them into Japanese life.
Since this busy holiday period protrudes into the new year, Adam is also accepting applications from those looking for work in Japan in the warmer southern regions. “The Okinawan beach resorts are far enough south that they operate even in winter. There are positions available, for about 3 months, for those who aren’t interested in the ski hotel and resort jobs.” Adam says those interested in beach resort jobs only need to speak a little bit of Japanese to apply.
boobooSKI’s extensive service includes screening for eligibility, access to Japan’s best resorts, airfare, visa, and insurance assistance, along with 24-hour support for their entire stay in Japan. Adam closes by saying Japan’s busy holiday season will create “A lot of great opportunities for our staff. We’re truly proud to place foreign workers in Japanese resort jobs for the most enjoyment possible, with a minimum of hassle.”
To find out what hotel and resort vacancies are available for foreign workers during the holiday season, visit: http://www.boobooski.com/apply/ or http://www.japaninternship.net/ for more information.
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.