Japanese companies are trying to live up to a work style reform buzz by creating office environments that help their employees get things done more efficiently.
How Japan's tight labor market creates demand for office chairs
Fuji Xerox, Fitbit, Hitachi and Kokuyo reap the benenfits of 'work-style reform'
TOKYO -- Corporate Japan needs some solutions. At the same time a labor shortage is beginning to bite, concerns are growing about the health of employees who put in long overtime hours.
Japan's parliament in June passed work-style reform legislation that limits overtime work, though it does not apply to all skilled white-collar workers.
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