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Obayashi Corporation (株式会社大林組, Kabushiki-gaisha Ōbayashi Gumi) is one of five major Japanese construction companies along with Shimizu Corporation, Takenaka Corporation, Kajima Corporation, and Taisei Corporation. It is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange and is one of the Nikkei 225 corporations. Its headquarters are in Minato, Tokyo.

A former head engineer shares his experience on glassdoor.com, "Safety at Obayashi was an afterthought. Long hours. Lazy, entitled leadership (has since been fired and replaced). Office engineers kept meddling with field engineers, created a very "us-vs-you" attitude."


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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"management does not consider thoughts of workers very stressful environment to work in because of the demand management puts on its workers. HR thinks they run the show. Management Sees this but they don’t have the guts to do anything. Obayashi removed their representatives and now Kenaidan thinks they can do anything."

Former Employee - Heading Engineer says

"Safety was an after thought Long hours Lazy, entitled leadership (has since been fired and replaced) Office engineers kept meddling with field engineers, created a very "us-vs-you" attitude. I hear these issues have been resolved with the firing of leadership"

Design Contract Administrator says

"a. one gets impression contract employees are seen as objects. b. typical in asia to expect employees to work for cruely long hours (whether producing or not). c. racism seems common. westerners get preferred treatment."

Current Employee - Civil Engineer says

"sometime the working time is too long without overtime fee."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"less manpower, more working time"


"things can be slow. you also met some nasty people."

Heading Engineer (Former Employee) says

"This was a terrible place to work. The management was not in tuned with the work at hand and led to internal fights, safety issues, and delays. I would steer clear."

Assistant Payroll Manager/Accounting (Current Employee) says

"A typical workday varies on a day to day basis. However payroll and accounts payable are a day to day basis.I have learned how to complete payroll for 40+ employees.I have learned how to balance Petty Cash with our bank accounts.I have learned how to do account payable on a timely matter.I have learned many other office manager/accounting/payroll duties.Management can be rough sometimes, there is a big communication barrier.The co-workers are fun to work with, but we all have the same frustrations with pay, and how we are treated.The hardest part of my job would be the communication barrier on a day to day basis.The most enjoyable part of my job would be the ability to work freely and am constantly busy.own office and company cell phoneno paid lunch breaks, no benefits, poor pay rate."

Contract executive (Former Employee) says

"I was involved in serving delay Notices; Prepare Contractual Claims, Substantiation of Contractual Claims and Administering NSC Sub-contract. I was also required to work with claims consultants thus giving me a rare opportunity to learn the art of contractual claims.Working location Town area.Town area lunch very expensive and crowded."

Account Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Nice environment lots of work different kind of people and attitude always busy new programs and new people big work placenonemore works"

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