Skylight is made up of individuals with diverse values and preferences.
We have working culture that encourages individual employees to do what they want to do whereby both individuals and the organization will grow together as they refine and enhance each other.
Our management welcomes initiatives from employees. This brings new business idea. Individuals can go beyond simply being a consultant to achieve their goals through work.
Financially self-sufficient groups can be formed with at least five people. Teams work together to deepen their expertise with common themes and develop services.
If senior manager or higher level consultants wish, they can work as an independent consultant and have an exclusive contract with Skylight as an independent contractor.
We run seminars group to promote employee independent learning. Volunteer employees become seminar leaders and they share and deepen their knowledge and experience through seminars activity. There are various themes such as management, marketing, education, international cooperation, and sports business. Employees can freely participate in the seminars they are interested in.
Since the beginning of its founding, we have institutionalized and operated service research and development activities by individuals and groups. Anyone with ideas and passion can start R & D activities. By having approval at a management meeting, anyone is given a budget and can focus on activities during working hours to lead to full-scale activities for commercialization.
Any employee can participate in the management meeting held twice a week. Minutes of the management meeting are also shared openly with employees. Establishing an overseas subsidiary company, opening regional branches, and starting new businesses with our own capital... All of these things began with employees making proposals and bringing their own plans to the management meetings.
What kind of image do you have of a consultant's daily life?
No matter how busy consultants at Skylight are, they value spending quality time outside the project, such as going back to Skylight office and spending time with colleagues, spending time with family on weekends and going on trips after the project is over. Consultants feel refreshed and get energized by having these relaxing moments.
There are traditions of having events such as employee trips and Christmas parties. In addition to these events, volunteer members continuously come up with new event ideas and organize them.