Workers in Japan encouraged to leave work at 3pm every last Friday of the month

Japan’s government is urging employees to leave the office early every last Friday of the month, hoping to crackdown on a culture of workaholics while providing a shot in the arm for the economy. The Premium Friday campaign, which launched this week …
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