Nagoya ad startup uses bonus boost to discourage overtime

During a typical day recently at Quartet Communications Co., staff began preparing to leave their Nagoya office when music started playing at 6 p.m. “I’m happy that I get a higher bonus for leaving early,” said a male employee in his 30s before …
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