Japanese firms change job structures to compete globally

14 Jul 2019 15:42 | JHRS (Administrator)

Japanese companies have accelerated a structural shift in traditional employment practices, as more and more major firms are raising the wage levels of young staff while trying to reduce the number of middle-aged and elderly employees by encouraging them to resign before the mandatory retirement age.

Source: http://www.the-japan-news.com/

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