Japanese firm to use drone to force overtime staff to go home

Japan has for years been trying to curb excessive overtime and … and hear Auld Lang Syne along with the buzz,” Norihiro Kato, a director at Taisei, told news agency AFP. Taisei plans to start the drone service in April 2018 as a trial within their …
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