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https://www.businessinsider.com/japan-is-facing-a-death-by-overwork-problem-2018-3
>In Japan, it's so common for employees to work themselves to death that there's a word for it: Karoshi.
>After a 24-year-old employee of Japan's largest advertising firm killed herself in 2015, the government and major corporations have started instituting work-life balance policies.
>Some policies are zany, like forcing employees who work late to wear purple "embarrassment capes," and flying drones around the office that play music when it's time to leave.

Can I get a wagie wojak edit of this? Wagie cape is in.

>> No.15561879

I would Tip BAT to someone able to do this

>> No.15561931

>>15561852
And Weabs say Japan has the best culture.

>> No.15561952

>>15561931
>Weabs
why the fuck is /biz/ filled with such redditors. Fuck off already no one wants you. Go make another chainlink FUD thread fuckhead.

>> No.15561981

>>15561852
Who gives a shit if Japs kill themselves? Literal human scum

>> No.15562040

>>15561981
I think you're missing the point of the thread - wagies have a new accessory: purple capes

>> No.15562058

>>15561981
You misspelled jews

>> No.15562142

>>15561852
They dont want to return to their households devoid of love and warmth.

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15562157

>>15561852
>Some policies are zany, like forcing employees who work late to wear purple "embarrassment capes," and flying drones around the office that play music when it's time to leave
Epic keks

>> No.15562175

>>15562142
From the OP url
> in 2015, a 24-year-old employee of Japanese advertising behemoth Dentsu jumped to her death off a balcony in a company dorm room — where she lived — after working more than 100 hours in the month leading up to her suicide, USA Today reports.
>company dorm room — where she lived

Also

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/working-towards-death-in-japan-140758364.html
>At 3 a.m. on Monday morning, Eriko Fujita leaves the IBM offices in Tokyo. She rushes home to take a shower and get a few hours of sleep before she returns to her office at 7 a.m.
>This is the hidden side of life at IBM Japan. For a period of eight months, Fujita, whose name has been changed to protect her anonymity, averaged 18 to 20 hours of work per day. Her schedule, which included Saturdays and Sundays, was particularly demanding since she interfaced with programmers in different time zones.

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15562239

Why don't japanese just work less?

>> No.15562528

>>15561852
by design

>> No.15562628

Muh technological innovation. The standard working day is only going to get more demanding wagie. You really think technology means you work fewer hours??? Topkek

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