A company in Japan offers you free days paid if your favorite idol is removed or married

A company in Japan offers you free days paid if your favorite idol is removed or married

Some Japanese companies are founded by Otakus, for Otakus. The Hirooro, Inc. advertising company, recently turned on Twitter trend When his President Oitu Tsurumi stated that the company will offer license with days paid to workers who are "in idol-mourning", that is, when their favorite idol is Remove or marry.

According to the publication, Tsurumi added a clause to the company's policy on taking a free time indicating that employees can take a license in the following circumstances:

  • If your idol is going to make a concert or a live event, you can take the day off or go early whenever it is scheduled for a week in advance. Only in the case of a "guerilla (spontaneous)" or an event without prior notice, it is allowed to leave work early on the day.
  • You can take a full paid license for up to 10 days if your favorite idol is graduated (that is, it is removed). You can take three days if it is your second favorite idol or if it is an idol that is not necessarily your number one.
  • You can take a full paid license for up to 10 days if your favorite idol is married.
  • Depending on the amount of mental damage, it is possible to negotiate additional days.

The company itself specializes in the drafting of advertising texts and the coordination of events for the entertainment industry, often for Idols. In fact, the company previously produced a photo book for the singer Kanna Murata.

Source: Official Twitter Account

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