Employees had to leave Japan just two minutes before office, heavy salary cut

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Government employees who left office just two minutes before the scheduled time in Japan have also suffered a salary cut in Japan. These employees say that they left the office two minutes earlier so that they could catch the bus on time to go home.

Tokyo Government employees who left office just two minutes before the scheduled time in Japan have also suffered a salary cut in Japan. On March 10, the Funabashi City Board of Education announced this decision. The Board of Education said that there have been 316 such cases during May 2019 to January 2021, when employees have already left the office. According to Japan Today’s report, they also include 7 staff members. The board has spoken to the employees, who are accused of indiscipline. These employees say that they left the office two minutes earlier so that they could catch the bus on time to go home.

The officer, who works as an attendant manager, said that most of the employees leave the office at 5:15 in the evening, but there were some people who left the house at 5:13. These employees have been given a stern warning. An employee has been given a penalty of 10 percent reduction in salary for three months. During interrogation, some employees said that he wanted to go home early, so he left before office. He said that if he had not done this, the bus would have been missed and due to this he would have been late to reach home.

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Some employees said that they get the bus at 5:17 to go home. If that bus is missed then you have to wait for half an hour because the next bus would come at 5:47 pm. In such a situation, it would be late for them to reach home. In such a situation, he used to leave two minutes before the office to avoid it. The board considered the employees to leave two minutes before the job was negligence and indiscipline. Significantly, Japan has often been in discussion for its numerical rules and discipline. Timing is followed at offices, buses and trains are also operated at the right time.



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