The Japanese company apologized for the fact that her employee out for lunch
For seven months, the man was absent during working hours in the office a whopping 72 minutes.
About Japanese workaholism and hard working conditions is legendary, but the truth seems to be even more severe. Recently in Japan was held the official press conference of the heads of the Bureau of water works city of Kobe.
Japanese company issues apology after worker takes lunch for a total of 72 minutes in a seven-month period https://t.co/rQYshRduwm
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The bosses of the company officially apologized to its customers for the fact that their 64-year-old employee in the course of the day six minutes left the workplace to buy food for lunch. The company decided that in seven months the man was absent at work 72 minutes.
Offender discipline accidentally saw a colleague and hurried to report to the authorities. In the end, the bosses of the organization apologized for the “scandal” and said that reprimanded the negligent employee and deduct half of his salary.
Note that not only the dining time is strictly controlled by Japanese superiors. Working women often forbid to marry and to have children without official approval from the boss.