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Japanese employers giving green light for telecommuting

Aging society adds impetus to shift in corporate policies

A company employee works at home in Tokyo.

TOKYO -- Big-name Japanese companies are increasingly introducing flexible working conditions to attract and retain talent.

Starting next April, all employees at food company Ajinomoto will have the option of working from home. Managers will be obliged to telecommute at least once a week.

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