Toyota Worker in Japan Dies After Excessive OT
Two article links, sent to me by a few readers:
At a first quick read, this seems like a “Japan problem” more so than a “Toyota problem.” But, even if that is the culture in Japan, where people work themselves to death (and the law/regulatory structure allows it to happen), shouldn't Toyota hold itself to a higher standard, given their “respect for people” ideal? Shouldn't we hold Toyota to a higher standard?
To those who have read more or thought more about this, what do you think about the situation? To those who know Japan better, how do you read this situation? I'm curious what you think, click “comments.”
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