While some companies will go to great lengths to help employees deal with work stress, a Japanese company took relaxation therapy to the next level.
According to Tokyo police, a Japanese employer rewarded its top employees and clients with the services of “masseuses.”
But instead of opting for licensed massage therapists, the company went with a contingency of young prostitutes.
Fortunately, authorities caught on to the company’s on-site massage therapy program and acted accordingly.
In the end, most managers, supervisors and even the CEO were forced to resign.
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