OSAKA — Sanyo Electric Co. plans to introduce a work-sharing system in April in the first such move by a major consumer electronics maker in Japan, company officials said Wednesday.
Sanyo’s management and labor union have basically agreed to adopt the flexible system under which work can be shared through shorter working hours.
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