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The government has been taking steps to change the culture around work to address the problem of karoshi, passing legislation with the goal of reducing the amount of workers working more than 60 hours a week and working to entice employees to use their paid vacation time.Early this year, a government spokesman told Bloomberg News Japan needs to “end of the norm of long working hours so people can balance their lives with things like raising a child or taking care of the elderly.” Companies have been joining the effort, taking steps to encourage workers to actually leave work, use their vacation days, and spend more time away from work.“We hope that the sorrow of the bereaved family will never be wasted.” The deaths of other young Japanese workers have brought renewed attention to the issue in recent years. The company's president and chief executive later resigned, due in part to outcry over her death.
More than one in five Japanese workers work 49 hours or more each week, compared with 16.4 percent in the United States, 12.5 percent in Britain and 10.1 percent in Germany, according to the Associated Press.
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Yahoo Japan has been considering a four-day workweek.
Sado had sent an email in the weeks before her death that warned of the toll her work was taking on her, the Asahi Shimbun reported.