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About three-quarters of companies in Japan have no plans to allow their employees to have side jobs despite government efforts to promote such a practice, a survey has shown.

The poll by the government-funded Japan Institute for Labor Policy and Training, which covered both firms and workers, has highlighted companies’ strong resistance to employees with side jobs.

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