For some of Japan's lonely workers, Covid-19 brings a homecoming

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For some of Japan's lonely workers, Covid-19 brings a homecoming

Fujitsu and other companies rein in 'solo assignments'.

After four years spent working and living alone, far from his family and friends, Tsuyoshi Tatebayashi packed his bags at the end of March and returned, at last, to his wife and two daughters. Like hundreds of thousands of other white-collar workers, the 44-year-old IT engineer had been on a ...

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