Japanese woman ‘dies from overwork’ after logging 159 hours of overtime in a month

Japan’s employees used, on average … Masahiko Yamauchi, a senior official in NHK’s news department, conceded that Sado’s death reflected a “problem for our organisation as a whole, including the labour system and how elections are covered”.
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