Profits and pitfalls — taking over a Japanese company

Starting around 2000, many Japanese companies have adopted meritocracy-based promotion over traditional seniority-based. Combined, it means that life time employment increasingly loses its allure for workers. In fact, a recent Nikkei survey finds that a …
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