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Japan rethinks work culture as coronavirus spurs school closures

School closures mean companies must be more flexible for working parents

The coronavirus outbreak has spurred more companies in Japan to introduce teleworking and flexible work times.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Companies in Japan are scrambling to accommodate working parents after nationwide school closures aimed at fighting the coronavirus went into effect on Monday, just days after the move was announced.

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