TOKYO, Aug 31 (Reuters) - A proposal by Japan's new ruling party to ban temporary workers on factory floors could hinder corporate strategy and take opportunities away from job seekers, the head of a business lobby said on Monday. Voters swept the Democratic Party of Japan to a historic victory in an election on Sunday, ousting the long-ruling Liberal Democratic Party and ushering in a government that has placed job security at the top of its agenda. [ID:nPOLJP] The Democrats have ...
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