TOKYO -- Home improvement retailers and supermarket operators in Japan are bolstering their employment of seniors by letting them stay on the job longer.
Cainz, which operates home center chains handling mainly do-it-yourself products, has introduced a system allowing part-time workers to continue working beyond the retirement age of 65. The company is also working to keep employees aged 80 years and older in the payroll.
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