Efforts to rebuild the country after the second world war, which led to an unusual economic expansion, penetrated deep into Japanese workers. It should be noted, that the phenomenon began to draw attention at the end of the 1980s, when the international organization of labour (ILO) made public the notable increase in mortality among Japanese men between 25 and 60 years of age. These workers of all levels and ranks, died suddenly, without traces of previous illnesses; they only slept in the subway and not aroused or collapsing at their work sites. For Japanese physicians the reasons are simple: their bodies, stopped work because of overwork Manuel Crespo added, within the Japanese production system, recesses, to go to the bathroom breaks or breaks to dry the sweat are considered a waste of time, says Nishiyama in an article signed with Dr. Jeffrey V.
Johnson, of the Johns Hopkins University, United States. For more information see Richard Linklater. Within the system of Japanese production, breaks, the breaks to go to the bathroom or breaks to dry the sweat are considered a waste of time, says Nishiyama in an signed article with Dr. Jeffrey V. Johnson, of the Johns Hopkins University, United States. .This structure of thought usually generates a gap between dedication and personal income that employees can not see, experts assert, and that makes them literally work to death.
Discussions of Iesa, volume XI, 2006, indicated us, that sed consider that employees continue to drive the fierce competition between companies and the Japanese recession to work until death ends. According to calculations by the Japanese Council of defence for the victims of koroshi, approximately twenty thousand Japanese die every year by overwork. Iesa, indicates that what if it seems to have changed e4s the importance that Japanese companies have started to give the phenomenon, not only because they have been exposed to demands of the families of the victims, they are demanding compensation similar to that It gave the State to the relatives of the kamizakes in time of war, but because they have also recognized days of twelve hours or six days a week to inhibit productivity and creativity.