Japanese automakers hire temporary workers TOKYO — Japan's major automakers once again are beginning to hire contract employees to meet increased fall production demands, reports say. Toyota Motor Corp. reportedly is hiring temporary workers for the factory that produces its popular new Vitz model. The country's No.1 automaker stopped hiring contract employees last year. Honda Motor Co. Ltd. increases its number of temporary workers from 1,460 to some 2,000. Additionally, Nissan Motor Co. ...

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