Japan launches ‘telework’ campaign to ease congestion, reform work culture

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan on Monday launched a scheme to promote “telework … president of the Ricoh Institute of Sustainability and Business. “The lifestyles of younger generations are changing, so firms should offer alternative work styles to maintain …
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