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A court ruled against Japanese advertising giant Dentsu for making employees work overtime beyond legal limits.In 2015, a 24-year-old employee committed suicide on Christmas Day after she worked 105 hours of overtime in a month.It’s almost as if it is part of scheduled working hours,” said Koji Morioka, an emeritus professor at Kansai University who is on a committee of experts advising the government on ways to combat karoshi.“It’s not forced by anyone, but workers feel it like it’s compulsory.” [Do Japanese really work themselves to death?NHK said it waited to make information about her death public out of deference to her family, reports said.“Even today, four years after, we cannot accept our daughter’s death as a reality,” Sado's parents said in a statement released by the broadcaster to Japanese media.Yahoo Japan has been considering a four-day workweek.
She was discovered in her bed, holding her cellphone in her hand.
One official with the public broadcaster told reporters her death was indicative of a “problem for our organization as a whole, including the labor system and how elections are covered.” Japan’s working culture, where long hours and after-work social engagements are typical, dates back decades, as The Post's Anna Fifield has reported: It began in the 1970s, when wages were relatively low and employees wanted to maximize their earnings.
It continued through the boom years of the 1980s, when Japan became the world’s second-largest economy, and everyone was on the juggernaut.
The blame has long been put on Japan’s young people, who are accused of not having enough sex, and on women, who, the narrative goes, put their careers before thoughts of getting married and having a family.
But there’s another, simpler explanation for the country’s low birth rate, one that has implications for the U.“She was under circumstances that she could not secure enough days off due to responsibilities that required her to stay up very late,” said a release from labor regulators, according to the newspaper.