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Company Values

Company Values

  • Do not fear failure; experience builds success/creates opportunities for employees.
  • Insist of quality in everything.
  • Build trust, transparency, and respect.
  • Failure is a good thing, and YKK believes that if the goals are set high, failure is inevitable.

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