Saturday, June 30, 2012

Masaharu Hamada

  • TOKYO -- Japans Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a whistleblower for the first time in a case that highlights the harsh treatment outspoken employees have endured in a nation that zealously values loyalty and conformity.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Despite being a good salesman with experience in the United States, Masaharu Hamada, 51, was demoted at Olympus Corp., forced to take rudimentary tests and ignored by colleagues, in what he alleged was reprisal for raising the issue of supplier complaints.
  • (Lincoln Daily News)
  • It faces another high-profile whistleblowing case, unrelated to the accounting scandal, from a Japanese employee Masaharu Hamada.
  • (Huffington Post)

No comments:

Post a Comment