Japanese man sues Asics, saying he was punished for taking paternity leave

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Father says he was transferred from personnel to warehouse role and given ‘meaningless’ tasks after returning from leaveA worker at a major sportswear maker in Japan is suing his employer, claiming he was unfairly treated after taking paternity leave, in a rare legal challenge to the country’s co...

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