Japanese Prime Minister has put tackling the nation’s labor inequality at the center of his policy agenda as the number of temporary workers hits a record high, posing a challenge to his stimulus package ahead of a summer election, Japan Today reports. At issue are temporary workers who make 50% to 60% of what their full-time counterparts make, with little room for wage growth.
Japan’s PM makes temp worker equality a policy agenda item
Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 staff
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