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Japan: Toyota plans worker pay changes to dismiss age gap


Toyota Motor Corp., Japan’s largest carmaker and employer and also the world’s biggest automaker, has plans the update its worker pay structure – from a seniority-based scheme – to one that would eliminate the age gap. The Nikkei business daily first reported the structure change on Monday and today the company’s human resources boss confirmed the update. According to Tatsuro Ueda, ...
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