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The reality is that the japanese work more of non-japanese, they make the same amount of work, but they do many more hours of overtime, and in the long term, this stress may lead them to another world.

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In Japan there are many cases of death from overwork, this phenomenon is called "karoshi."

The reality is that the japanese work more of non-japanese, they make the same amount of work, but they do many more hours of overtime, and in the long term, this stress may lead them to another world.

The Japanese Government has decided to publish the names of the companies that exceed 80 hours per month of extraordinary, then beyond the extraordinary provided for in accordance with the law. These companies will have an admonition and their publication should solve the problem ... hahahahaha.

The law provides for the publication of companies that do not comply with the hours of overtime, has been in force for over a year and until now has been used only once.... hahahahahaha.

At Christmas of 2015 a girl named Matsu Takahashi, after having exceeded 100 hours of overtime per month was thrown down from the roof of the dormitory business.

== JAP.news
December 28, 2016

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