If they (employers) reject such requests, Rengo will discuss filing complaints'' with the government's regional labor standards inspection offices on suspicion of violating the Labor Standards Law, said Kiyoshi Sasamori, chairman of the Japanese Trade Union Confederation (Rengo).
What does LSIO stand for?
LSIO stands for Labor Standards Inspection Offices (Japan)
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Management is usually reluctant to bring such accidents to local labor standards inspection offices.
TOKYO, April 17 Kyodo Labor standards inspection offices in Tokyo have decided to allow workers' insurance to cover the deaths of a South Korean student and a Japanese photographer killed by a train Jan.