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Over 50% of Japanese companies offer telecommuting, survey shows

Corporations tackle scourge of overwork as they strive to improve productivity

More Japanese are working from home as companies try to adhere to government requests that they allow their employees to live a little.

TOKYO -- More than half of Japanese companies in a Nikkei survey have introduced telecommuting programs, testifying to the endeavors corporate Japan is making to loosen the reins on employees and improve productivity at the same time.

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