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80 Pct Feel Work Styles Unchanged Even after Reform Law

80 Pct Feel Work Styles Unchanged Even after Reform Law

   Tokyo, June 15 (Jiji Press)--Some 80 pct of employees said their work styles have not changed even after work style reform legislation entered into effect in April, a Workport Inc. opinion poll has shown.
   The Tokyo staff service company conducted the Internet survey mainly covering registered users of its service, from mid-April to early May. Valid answers came from 280 respondents.
   Those who said the companies they work for have revised work-related systems stood at 31.1 pct, while 42.9 pct answered the opposite. Those who said they have no idea totaled 26.1 pct.
   Asked whether their own work styles have changed, 79.6 pct said no. Only 7.5 pct noted an improvement, while 12.9 pct reported deterioration.
   Some respondents said they have changed their styles to improve their work efficiency, while others said it has become more frequent to take work home.

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