Women at Top Can Snap Japan Company Culture, Berlitz SaysMariko Yasu
At her first job in Tokyo in the 1970s, Yukako Uchinaga hid in the ladies’ room every day at 8 p.m. while an inspector made sure all female employees had gone home. Then she came out and put in more hours.
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