Tepco pays 500 million yen to 5,000 management class employees for increasing rate of leaving → Only 51 quit actually

Tepco is going to pay 100,000 JPY to every employee in the management class on 7/22/2013. There are about 5,000 employees in the management class in total. The sum of the money would be 500 million yen.

After nationalization, the management class employees had their salary cut off the largest, the rate of leaving their jobs is increasing according to Tepco.

However, it was actually only 51 employees who left since 311. Tepco’s spokesman answered the question of a freelance journalist in the press conference of 7/19/2013.






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Français :

Tepco paye 500 millions de yens à ses 5 000 employés de gestion à cause de “démissions nombreuses” → Il n’y en a eu que 51 en réalité


Le 22 juillet 2013, Tepco va payer 100 000 JPY à chaque employé de la catégorie gestion. Il y a environ 5 000 employés dans la catégorie gestion au total. Le total va en être de 500 millions de yens.

Après la nationalisation, les employés de cette catégorie avaient vu leurs salaires amputés de leur plus gros, le nombre de démissions augmente, selon Tepco.
Cependant, Ily a en fait seulement 51 employés qui ont démissionné depuis le 11-3. Le porte-parole de Tepco avait répondu à une question d’un journaliste indépendant lors de la conférence de presse du 19 juillet 2013.


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