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Subaru Probe Finds 3,400 Staff Were Not Paid for Overtime Work

Foto Berita Subaru Probe Finds 3,400 Staff Were Not Paid for Overtime Work
Warta Ekonomi.co.id, Tokyo -

Subaru Corp said it did not pay overtime wages over a two-year period to some 3,400 employees who under-reported their hours, a revelation that surfaced in an internal probe following the 2016 suicide of an overworked employee.

The Japanese automaker known for its Legacy and Forester cars said the outstanding wages -from mid-2015 to mid-2017 and totaling 776 million yen ($7.08 million)- were paid retroactively to 3,421 workers last March. The news was first reported in Japanese media after representatives of the deceased worker's family disclosed some of the findings this week.

In 2016 a 46-years-old white-collar worker jumped to his death from the roof of a Subaru factory in what authorities ruled as "karoshi" or death from overwork. At the time, Subaru was enjoying bumper sales and profit due to the popularity of its cars in the United States, its main market.

In its probe, Subaru found the majority of workers it surveyed said they under-reported overtime hours "so as not to exceed the limit for the budget for overtime work". It said it has since taken steps to make sure workers are unable to falsely report their actual work hours.

The automaker also said it owed the deceased worker 4.08 million yen in overtime pay and that it remained in settlement talks with his family.

The pay issue comes after the revelation of governance lapses at the automaker since 2017 involving flawed vehicle inspections. That has led to the recall of hundreds of thousands of cars, pulling down Subaru's profit.

Tag: Subaru, tenaga kerja, Otomotif

Penulis/Editor: Cahyo Prayogo

Foto: Antara/Risky Andrianto

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No Name Today Change Stock
1 Composite Index 6389.085 -30.933 627
2 Agriculture 1592.350 -13.090 21
3 Mining 1834.293 -25.732 47
4 Basic Industry and Chemicals 878.558 -9.993 71
5 Miscellanous Industry 1329.578 -2.798 46
6 Consumer Goods 2604.636 -24.378 51
7 Cons., Property & Real Estate 450.557 -6.160 74
8 Infrastruc., Utility & Trans. 1185.805 7.307 71
9 Finance 1216.771 -0.391 91
10 Trade & Service 811.391 -5.665 155
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 ALDO 1,300 1,625 325 25.00
2 PEHA 2,110 2,630 520 24.64
3 SIMA 330 400 70 21.21
4 LMAS 58 69 11 18.97
5 EXCL 2,050 2,340 290 14.15
6 LUCK 585 660 75 12.82
7 CASS 640 720 80 12.50
8 BNLI 1,125 1,260 135 12.00
9 BHIT 84 94 10 11.90
10 DWGL 101 113 12 11.88
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 OCAP 81 54 -27 -33.33
2 HDFA 165 130 -35 -21.21
3 KONI 498 398 -100 -20.08
4 BALI 1,060 860 -200 -18.87
5 PUDP 410 338 -72 -17.56
6 CANI 218 180 -38 -17.43
7 KBLV 585 484 -101 -17.26
8 GLOB 448 372 -76 -16.96
9 JIHD 585 490 -95 -16.24
10 NATO 585 505 -80 -13.68
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 EXCL 2,050 2,340 290 14.15
2 BMTR 398 420 22 5.53
3 BHIT 84 94 10 11.90
4 WSKT 1,865 1,765 -100 -5.36
5 BNLI 1,125 1,260 135 12.00
6 ERAA 1,950 1,955 5 0.26
7 MNCN 855 910 55 6.43
8 TLKM 3,740 3,790 50 1.34
9 ANTM 1,000 950 -50 -5.00
10 BUMI 153 151 -2 -1.31