Nintendo Is Raising Its Employee Pay By 10% In Japan

Furukawa: “It’s important for our long-term growth”.

Despite a downturn in sales and profits for Nintendo in its third quarter, it’s reportedly raising the base salaries of its employees by 10% in its homeland.

A report by Reuters reveals the Japanese video game giant is taking action to secure the “long-term growth” of its workforce. It follows calls from the country’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida – asking local companies to increase pay for workers to combat inflation.

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