Japanese engineers figured out how to get rid of workaholic from work
MOSCOW, 9 Dec — RIA Novosti. The Japanese company Taisei introduced the drone, which is designed to chase overstayers office clerks jobs. It is reported by the Shanghai Daily.
The drone, dubbed T-Friend, equipped with a special camera. At the specified time, he flies around the room and stops in the vicinity of the employee remaining at end of shift. At the same time he includes the Scottish song Auld Lang Syne and plays it up as long as the employee does not leave. It is noted that the song choice is not accidental — it is this melody in the Japanese shops, alerting that they are closed.
“You do not get really work if you think he’s gonna be here,” — said the Director of Taisei. It is noted that the use of such a drone will cost about 4.5 thousand dollars per month.
Japan is known as the country with the highest number of workaholics. In January of this year, the government launched a campaign against overtime, which, admittedly, are one of the main causes of suicide in the country.
Also in Japan there is a special term — karoshi, which means death because of the processing. According to official data, from karoshi die each year at least 200 of the Japanese. According to the unions, this number is greatly reduced.