Japan attempts to curb ‘death by overwork’ with Premium Friday

Workers in Japan are being told to cut out early as the country rolls out its new Premium Friday initiative. Companies are encouraged to let staff leave at 3 pm on the last Friday of every month. The hopes are the happy staffers will go out, have fun …
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