In Japan, a woman died from over-work - www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)

В Японии умерла женщина от чрезмерной работы In Japan, the woman “died from exhaustion” after a month worked 159 hours of overtime, and in a week she was only 2 days off. The fate of an employee of the Miva media Sado, which was 31 years, has ...

Woman works herself to death by doing 159 hours overtime in a month - Yahoo7 News

A woman in Japan has reportedly died from working too much after she logged a staggering 159 hours of overtime in a single month. Miwa Sado took just two days off from her job at the country's public broadcaster, NHK, in the month leading up to her ...

Reporter who died in 2013 was overworked, NHK admits - The Straits Times

Ms Miwa Sado, 31, had clocked 159 hours of overtime with only two days off in the month before her death. Published. 31 sec ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ Reddit Print Purchase Article. Permalink:.

Young Worker Clocked 159 Hours of Overtime in a Month. Then She Died. - New York Times

The newsroom of the Japanese broadcaster NHK in 2012. Inspectors determined that the grueling work schedule of a young journalist who worked there led to her death in 2013. Credit Kosuke Okhara for The New York Times. TOKYO — Miwa Sado, a young ...

Japanese Journalist Dead From Overwork After Working 159 Hours in Osaka, Japan - Week Facts

A 31-year-old writer passed on in Japan in the wake of timing 159 extra minutes hours amid a month in which she took just two days off. The correspondent, Miwa Sado, worked for the country's open telecom station NHK before her demise from heart ...

A 31-year-old's 'death from overwork' causes Japan to rethink work-life balance - Business Insider

The latest victim to be announced as a case of karoshi is 31-year-old Miwa Sado, who worked for the Japanese news network NHK and reportedly logged 159 overtime hours in one month before she died of heart failure in July 2013. She had taken just two ...

The troubling case of the young Japanese reporter who worked herself to death - Washington Post

A young journalist's grueling work schedule — including a single month with 159 hours of overtime and just two days off — triggered the heart failure that killed her at age 31, Japanese labor regulators ruled. Authorities officially attributed Miwa ...

Employee Dies In Japan Due To Heavy Overtime - SRJ News

An employee of NHK public broadcaster, Miwa Sado, died of heart failure after logging 159 hours of overtime in one month. The 31-year-old died in July 2013 when she took just 2 days of leave, but her case was made public this week by her former employer.

NEW: Japanese journalist found to have been worked to death - Palm Beach Post

TOKYO, JAPAN - MAY 02: The Tokyo Tower (L) is pictured from the top of the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower on May 02, 2016 in the Roppongi area of Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images). A journalist in Japan has been ruled to have worked herself ...

Journalist Died From Overwork After Clocking 150+ Overtime Hours in One Month - Mediaite

A 31-year-old journalist died in Japan after clocking 159 overtime hours during a month in which she took only two days off. The reporter, Miwa Sado, worked for the nation's public broadcasting station NHK prior to her death from heart failure in 2013.

Japanese journalist works herself to death by doing 159 HOURS of overtime in a month and taking just two days off - Daily Mail

A Japanese journalist worked herself to death by doing 159 hours of overtime in a month and taking just two days off. Miwa Sado, a political journalist for the country's national broadcaster, suffered a heart failure in July 2013, but her employer only ...

Japanese woman dies after working 159 hours overtime - Stuff.co.nz

A political journalist in Japan died from overwork, her employer has revealed four years after her death. Miwa Sado died of congestive heart failure in 2013 after working 159 hours and 37 minutes of overtime in one month, her employer, the Japanese ...

Japanese media worker died from overwork, a hallmark of the country's culture - Pulse Headlines

A Japanese woman died July 2013 from overwork, the country's public broadcaster NHK and former employee of the political reporter made public this week. Miwa Sado, 31, only took two days off and logged 159 hours of overtime while she covered the ...

'I'm physically and mentally shattered': TV reporter worked herself to death - New York Post

A TV reporter in Japan worked herself to death after logging 159 hours of overtime and taking only two days off in the month before she died, according to a report Thursday. Miwa Sado, 31, who worked for public broadcaster NHK in Tokyo, died of ...

Health - EHS Today

Miwa Sado, who had worked 159 hours of overtime in the month before her death, died with her cell phone in her hand. Sandy Smith | Oct 05, 2017. Miwa Sado, a 31-year-old political reporter for NHK, Japan's public broadcasting network, died of heart ...

Japanese Woman 'Dies From Overwork' After Grafting 100 Hours' Overtime In A Month - LADbible

A 31-year-old woman 'died from overwork' after she clocked up 159 hours of overtime in a single month, Japanese labour inspectors have ruled. Journalist Miwa Sado worked at NHK, the county's public broadcaster, in Tokyo. Inspectors investigating her ...

Death of female reporter caused by overwork, says Japanese broadcaster - ABS-CBN News

The death of a 31-year-old NHK female reporter in 2013 was determined by labor standards inspectors the following year as caused by overwork, the public broadcaster said Wednesday, providing further evidence of the severe working conditions many ...

Woman in Japan dies from 'overwork,' a common cause of death in the nation - New York Daily News

Media worker Miwa Sado logged 159 hours of overtime in one month before she died of heart failure. A 31-year-old employee of Japan's public broadcaster, NHK, only took 2 days off during the July 2013 when she worked nearly double the hours considered ...

Japanese Woman Dies From Overwork, Did 159 Hours Overtime In A Month - Newburgh Gazette

Japanese labour inspectors on Thursday ruled that the death of a 31-year-old employee of the country's public broadcaster NHK was caused due to overwork. According to a news story published by NHK, Miwa Sado had worked 159 hours of overtime in the ...

Japan: 159 Hours Extra at Work in 2013 Caused Heart Failure to a Woman, Death Made Public This Week - India.com

Tokyo, October 5: In 2013, a 31-year-old woman employee of NHK- Miwa Sado had died due to the overload of work, revealed Masahiko Yamauchi (an employee of NHK) this week. Sado had logged 159 hours extra and in July 2013 she died due to a heart ...