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Workers in Japan pressured to stay in jobs amid labor crunch

Companies use shaming and intimidation to stop employees quitting

Breaking up is hard to do: Japan’s workers remain stuck in their jobs.

TOKYO -- Japan's labor shortage has hit many companies hard, but the biggest victims may turn out to be employees themselves.

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