East Japan Railway Co. is planning to introduce in April an unpaid leave system of up to two years for infertility treatment, studying abroad or pursuing qualifications, sources said Thursday.
The new leave plan aims to reduce turnover by providing flexible work options, as it is much more substantial than the few months of long-term leave offered at many Japanese companies, according to the sources.
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