UPDATE 1-Toyota to hire temporary workers again - Nikkei


May 28 (Reuters) - Japan's Toyota Motor Corp group companies are back to hiring contract workers after almost a year, the Nikkei said. As production levels remain robust, the company will recruit about 350 new workers starting this July, the business daily said. The new workers will be employed at the firm's auto plant in Obu and its forklift factory in Takahama, both in Aichi Prefecture, among other locations, it said. The company has been reeling from massive vehicle recalls and ...

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