Govt names over 300 companies, in bid to prevent abuses and death by overwork

13 May 2017 13:41 | JHRS (Administrator)

TOKYO • The Japanese government has for the first time released a nationwide list of over 300 companies that have violated labour laws, hoping this name-and-shame tactic would help eliminate abuses and prevent "karoshi", or death by overwork.


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