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The Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra is recognized as the oldest symphony orchestra in Japan,[1] having been founded in Nagoya in 1911. It relocated to Tokyo in 1938 and has some 166 members as of 2005.

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Cariste magasinier (Former Employee) says

"Je déconseille de travail là-bas il on des belle parole il promettent un CDI et au final il te viré"

HR Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Run fast. Do not apply to this company. Do not be fooled by the website or the interview. You will find yourself trapped in "personnel" rather than HR at TPO (formerly named The Personnel Office). Their website says they “challenge traditional perceptions about the role with data-driven plans” and have “toolkits”; Not from my viewpoint. TPO’s interview is deceptive, and files filled with antiquated forms. Many TPO records were completely empty, leaving consultants who want to deliver modern HR programs scrambling to fill in the gap. HR Analytics? None. Leadership attempts to speak the “HR language,” but that is as far as it goes; there is a critical lack of progressive HR and Talent Development processes, and they don’t want to hear your opinion. TPO also suffers from an ongoing “churn and burn” and the high new consultant turnover rate is another sign of poor culture and bad leadership. Sadly, leadership also privately badmouths clients, plays favorites among only a few direct reports and focuses on proving themselves “right” rather than learning new HR theories or processes. At TPO, you will spend more time trying to manage your boss than consulting. Not worth your time, energy, or HR expertise."

Wholesale Manager / Bank Liaison / Sr. Processor (Current Employee) says

"The company is not stable. Policy change on a day to day basis need a more stable company."

Stage (4 mois) says

"Etant stagiaire la charge de travail n'était pas intense. Mais cela reste une expérience agréable"

Freelance Data Entry and Telesales (Former Employee) says

"I learned telephone manners and how to change a customers mind to gain a sale."

Chauffeur manutentionnaire (Current Employee) says

"Débutant ou confirmé dans le travaux publique?"

Former Employee - Human Resources Consultant says

"I worked at TPO part-time for less than a year Cons: Run fast. Do not apply to this company. Do not be fooled by the website or the interview. You will find yourself trapped in "personnel" rather than HR at TPO (formerly named The Personnel Office). Their website says they “challenge traditional perceptions about the role with data-driven plans” and have “toolkits”; Not from my viewpoint. TPO’s interview is deceptive, and files filled with antiquated forms. Many HR files were completely empty, leaving consultants who want to deliver modern HR programs scrambling to fill in the gap. HR Analytics? None. Leadership attempts to speak the “HR language,” but that is as far as it goes; there is a critical lack of progressive HR and Talent Development programs, and they don’t want to hear your opinion. TPO also suffers from an ongoing “churn and burn” and the high new consultant turnover rate is another sign of poor culture and leadership. Sadly, leadership also privately badmouth clients, plays favorites among only a few direct reports and focuses on proving themselves “right” rather than learning new HR theories or processes. At TPO, you will spend more time trying to manage your boss than consulting. Not worth your time, energy, or HR expertise!"

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