Toyota seeking to retain workers for group firms amid labor crunch


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Toyota is finally getting on board and hopefully other corporations will follow.

However in the airline industry, particularly down here in Okinawa, ANA and JAL have stopped using contracted workers and are hiring everyone as full time. They recognized the problem a long time ago and in the case of ANA, they bought out a former sub-contracted company and incorporated it into their group and made all the employees, over 500 of them.

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Wake up, it is not shortage of Japanese workers, it is non working Japanese workers that wants high salaries & non-working that treat real foreign workers as slaves. Part-time ???. Toyota, I always like yr company but this is starting to give me a different view of yr ideas.

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Fixed-terms renewed over and over = slavery

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