Mogic Thinking

A combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of that process with you in this section.

President Yoichi Yamane

Helping the weak at that time

If you have to take time off from work or ask someone to do a job for you due to something unexpected, that person will be in a weakened position and will feel a little guilty.

For example, if you are raising a child, you may be called home unexpectedly from daycare, or you may have to stay with them for a few days to care for them with a high fever.

If this is true, I have nothing to feel guilty about because my family comes first, but if it goes on and on, I feel like I'm putting a burden on the people I work with, and I feel sorry and weak.

Trying to "help the weak" is important for people who work in the same place.

However, if the workload is too heavy and the workplace is pressed for time, you may not have the mindset to "help the weak" because if someone takes a day off, someone else will have to take it.

When you take that into account, it needs to be viewed as a team or organization-wide problem rather than an individual problem.

At Mogic, we try to check in with each other, change our business model, change our team structure, and so on, so that we don't have a bias or too much workload on any one person.