Major companies in Japan moving away from spousal allowances: Mainichi survey

15 Jan 2017 13:30 | JHRS (Administrator)

Twelve out of 124 major companies in a recent Mainichi Shimbun survey say they will stop paying allowances for employees with spouses, while another 73 (59 percent) say they have abolished or do not offer such stipends in the first place -- highlighting a trend to eliminate such benefits.


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