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The Japan Productivity Center (JPC), established in the spring of 1955, organized seminars, continuously dispatched overseas inspection teams and worked diligently to close the management gap between Japan and the United States relative to productivity improvement.
The survey, conducted by the Japan Productivity Center for Socio-Economic Development, also found that the less room companies give for nurturing employees and the less scope they give them for contemplating the meaning of work, the more mental illness patients they have.
The Japan Productivity Center for Socioeconomic Development surveyed 2,669 publicly listed companies (only 282 responded) regarding outlays for employee mental health.
The first of the three symposia had been sponsored by the Japan Productivity Center.
The services sector's low level of productivity has been dragging down the Japanese economy,'' she said in a speech at a seminar of the Japan Productivity Center for Socio-Economic Development in Karuizawa, a summer resort in Nagano Prefecture.
The business chiefs expressed their wishes on the first day of a two-day seminar organized by the Japan Productivity Center for Socio-Economic Development, a private think tank led by Masao Kamei, former president of Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd.
It is being arranged through the cooperation on the International Productivity Service, headquartered in Washington and the Japan Productivity Center in Tokyo.
The survey conducted by the Japan Productivity Center for Socio-Economic Development showed that 58.