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Japan's H.I.S. pays staff 100,000 yen coronavirus bonus to lift morale

Travel group thanks employees for navigating rough times

Travel group H.I.S., a household name for Japanese going abroad, is rewarding employees even as it retracts its earnings guidance.

TOKYO -- Japanese travel agency H.I.S. said Wednesday that it will give a bonus of up to 100,000 yen ($930) to its workers to help them through the coronavirus pandemic.

"We want to thank our employees who have been helping customers amid the coronavirus, or who have agreed to take some time off," a company spokesperson. "We also want to increase motivation."

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