If so, you should check out Hungry for (Mostly Japanese) Words, which bills itself as offering "mini-lessons in Japanese daily," such as this one:
'Proper' employees vs. バイト and others
In Japanese working society, a 正社員 （せいしゃいん seisha-in) is a full time employee, literally translated as a 'real' or 'proper' company member. Being a 正社員 means that one gets full benefits, a year-end bonus, and historically (though not since the early '90s) lifetime employment.
An amazing sunset at Borneo's Sutera Harbor. Click for the spectacular full-size version.