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Official overseeing Tokyo Olympic ceremonies resigns over power harassment

By Antoni Slodkowski

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Dentsu again..

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Dentsu is a monster with too much power. It is no surprise that senior employees allow this power to go to their heads.

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As more Japanese people learn english and the world internationalizes, these firms will have a very difficult time recruiting and retaining top talent.

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Dentsu again, and what will be done about it? nothing. They can literally force people to work to death and not be punished, despite breaking the law constantly. Guess their last names aren't Ghosn.

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Horrible company.

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Just bow. It's all good.

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Seems to me that there are too many who work in the management levels at Dentsu think that their guano doesn't stink!

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“...without detailing the incident or punishment...”

Hey J-journalists: Don’t know what school you learned your trade at but here’s a bit of advice.

If you dug a little bit harder found out what these details were; you might get more views and likes.

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Looks like they cut a deal with the accuser to agree on not disclosing any more details.

Thats probably all thats going on. Dentsu had to fire him to avoid coming under fire themselves.

No doubt that this is cutting losses rather than a change of heart.

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they have to (really) punish these little tough (in all of Japan) ... and Dentsu ... again ...

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Appalling. But not surprising, either.

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The reason this will go on forever is the Japanese culture that is corrupt and needs zero accountability. And you wonder why Ghosn fled? Jeez…

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these little tough guys*

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