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Late-night operations in the food service industry entail a heavy workload, and it is particularly difficult to secure workers in that business. If the current situation falls into a negative spiral o

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Koya Miyamae, a senior economist at SMBC Nikko Securities Inc. Mmore operators of family restaurant chains are reconsidering their late-night services, including stopping around-the-clock operations altogether. (Yomiuri Shimbun)

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so what? go to sleep,,,

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Looks like a niche for immigrants. Come on Japan, man up and hire refugees from Yemen. etc.

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Reckless, I agree.

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So start paying people more, if they have to work these tough late-night shifts. Or hire more of them so the workload is spread out.

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How DARE supply and demand not obey our authoritar!

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When they pay decent wages they will get more workers.

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Exactly. Agree with the above. Pay better. But also, you are going to need immigration. no other way out of it.

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