2016年第2回英検 

2016/10/30

英検準1級 2016年第2回 英文エッセイ問題

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When it comes to the question of whether Japanese companies have stronger intentions of improving female-worker treatment, my opinion is that this is proceeding in a beneficial way and also can’t be avoided in the modern world.

There are three reasons why I feel this way.

First, the rate of matriculation at universities is increasing among women. Their diligence can lead to acquiring of capabilities as good as those of males. They can on occasion arrive at useful solutions in the workplace, as a result of their struggle toward equality, and can give substance to their dreams more often than men can. For this reason, companies should invest in their development. 

Second, Japanese males positively don’t tend to consider many problems, when it comes to the world of business. Put differently, instead of employing their own experiences and judgement, they tend to give some respect on current regulations in their companies. One example is the notion that females should rear children at home.

However, their attitudes and strategies won’t work in a profitable way for companies to advance into the globalized world. Antique conceptions involving male superiority will become increasingly invidious: The old-fashioned way of males- being –superior- to- females thinking will eventually lead Japanese companies to less beneficial situations.

Third, in the technologically advanced world, the way of thinking in various social areas has been metamorphosing, and so has the social status of females. Due to the rigid and biased consideration of female workers, companies may face difficulties when they have to negotiate with foreign female workers. The equal status of both genders in workplaces should be regarded as natural.    

If both employers and employees didn’t flexibly deal with new problems regarding women, and had a desire to maintain their dogmas, they could not resolve problems that they would have to deal with, when companies were developing in the modern business world.

 

 

 

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