Toei gets a call after quitting bad labor practices

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The legal portal Bengoshi News It was reported last week that the Labor Standards Audit Office of the Central Labor Relations Committee recommended corrective measures for a Japanese media company Toei in response to the company’s alleged practice of forcing employees to work beyond legal limits and not properly paying employees for overtime. Toei said in response that he had already decided to take measures to improve his policies based on the recommendation, acknowledging that it was “fair”.

Assistant producer of Toeitogether with the union Sougo Support Union, announced the committee’s recommendation at a press conference last Thursday. The woman sought help from the Sougo Support Union to report and file a lawsuit against Toei over the company ‘s labor practices last November. He wrote a statement giving concrete examples of Toei practices, such as the system »fixed overtime“, who decided that she would receive the same salary regardless of the amount of overtime she worked, without any other compensation. The production assistant also alleged that the company’s regular working hours exceeded thirteen hours a day.

The production assistant also alleged in that advertisement that she had been sexually harassed, claiming that she had been improperly involved by a freelancer. In another incident, it is alleged that an assistant freelance director gave her unreasonable orders, such as staring at her alone in “camera test“, And ordered her to sit with him. In both incidents, when he reported the behavior, he claimed that he did not receive any help from Toei’s team.

Source: ANN

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