Telecommuting on the rise among Japan's disabled and distant workers

27 May 2018 14:58 | JHRS (Administrator)

TOKYO (Kyodo) -- In order to meet hiring obligations, companies and local governments are increasingly employing at-home workers who can more easily do their jobs remotely, rather than commuting to the workplace, because of disabilities.


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