Proposed measures to mitigate problems of Japan's ageing population have not gone down well with some locals.
These traditional practices include lifetime employment and mass hiring of graduates, and are now thought to be oudated.
It is hoped that extending the retirement age will help people extend their lifespans and address the labour problems of an ageing population.
Japan is pushing through changes to ensure a far greater number of foreign talents are able to help reduce its domestic manpower shortages.
Despite the Japanese government's attempt to promote side hustling, neither employers nor employees are interested.
A new survey from one of Japan's largest unions has found that almost three quarters of Japan's service sector employee face harassment from customers.
A crackdown is set to follow reports that government agencies have been padding their data on how many disabled staff they employ.
The proposed "Shining Monday" scheme in Japan will give qualified workers one morning off per month.