Dai Nippon Printing Reviews

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Dai Nippon Printing Chairman, President, and CEO Yoshitoshi Kitajima
Yoshitoshi Kitajima
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  • Conscientious Company and High Quality work

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tokyo (Japan)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tokyo (Japan)
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    I have been working at Dai Nippon Printing full-time (More than 8 years)


    Management has very high standards for quality, ethics and accountability. It is also keen on trying new out new fields. DNP should continue with these strengths. Work-life balance depends on the division...some are better than others.


    Pay is on the low side of the spectrum and could be improved. Starting out in this job was slow. I felt like it took a long time to be considered a part of the team.

    Advice to Management

    Young people, especially those who like technology, are hungry for a realistic but substantial vision. Upper management is keenly aware of the need for a good vision, but the lowest level of management seem more skeptical. Instilling humility in young employees is crucial, but care should be taken on how this is done to avoid making workers disillusioned. Management should always strive to foster a culture that rewards mid-level management for maximizing the potential of their subordinates.

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Website www.dnp.co.jp/index_e.html
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Size 10000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (DNPCF)
Industry Business Services
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

A leading commercial printer, Dai Nippon Printing (DNP) has diversified beyond the business of spreading ink on paper. The global firm still produces books and magazines, dictionaries, catalogs, and business forms, and it has added items such as CD-ROMs, holograms, and smart cards to the mix, while subsidiary CHI Group sells e-books. Its Lifestyle and Industrial Supplies segment makes decorative materials for use in fixtures and furniture, along with packaging for consumer products. Its Electronics segment's products include photomasks used in the manufacture of ... More

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