Japan’s ‘womenomics’ plans are driving change in the country

There’s an in-house babysitting service for employees of one of Japan’s largest staffing and talent agencies. It’s not just a perk: It’s essential for helping working mothers make an easier transition back into the workforce. That’s because the country has …
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