"Radice" is an internet company operated by women working from home.
"Radice" is providing a good quality service with reducing costs by utilizing resources from a high-degree of skills hiding in the local or home and offering as a style of sub-work from home. Our service is to meet various requirements which is derived from a different angle by utilizing fully the hidden abilities of women. We have chosen the style that operating women leading business. (Male engineers are available depending on the business contents)
Now we are obtaining acceptations and support to our concept from many people as well as providing our service.
< A message from Director Reiko Hanai >
I have lived abroad as a student and after returning to Japan I worked at an IT company as a SE for two years. There was no satisfaction in mind and I changed the job to a foreign-owned company from the thought of more challenging my abilities. When I started the new job, I realized that it was not so easy. I struggled working in the high-level area and put all my effort into it. I felt very grateful from the environment in which the outcome is evaluated regardless of gender, age or nationality during my employment of about eight years.
Left my career when I got married however, I still had a passion to work after my baby was born. "Pursue my profession". Since experiencing the meaning of work environment in which the outcome was evaluated regardless of gender, age and nationality, I chose my work style "working from home instead of going to the office" when I was searching for a new job. Because of the difficulties to work where I was completely away from home and looking after my child. My concern was that any tasks could not be achieved properly due to the time constraints. I believe all women, who left a job, feel the same way and hesitate to go back to work.
The most women’s lifestyle would be changed and mainly staying in home. It is not the work environment but how you face "your job" while your lifestyle is changing and how you control the situation. I believe these are the key points to "women’s advancement in society or returning to work" as a recent trend.
Either working from home or at a company office, we, as a professional group, know of the severity to be accepted widely by society, listen to the women gathering in "Radice", encourage them and hope that they realize the real achievement of their "challenge".
We wish that "Radice" to continues to provide work for all women's life rather than being A home-based internet company.
Sep. 2016 Director Reiko Hanai
Dedicated to K.H.