Former manager of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare assaulting airport staff in South Korea 1 month disciplinary action at August 15:59
When the former manager of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare traveled to South Korea in March, he was punished for a month of suspension because he was drunk and assaulted a local airport employee.
The 47-year-old male employee who served as a manager at the Labor Standards Bureau's Wage Division, Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare was then subject to disciplinary action.
According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the former manager traveled to South Korea without permission from the boss in March. Is arrested by the police.
The former section manager was released that day and was subsequently charged without charge, but the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare allegedly lost the public official's credit.
Also, in the same March, he spoke publicly in his public opinion that he wanted to start making adjustments to the nationwide for each accepted industry regarding the minimum wage. It was repeated.
For this reason, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare placed the former section manager on a 19-day disciplinary punishment.
The former section manager said, “I am very sorry for the inconvenience of many people. The disposal is taken seriously.”
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare commented, “I would like to make efforts to prevent the recurrence by ensuring thorough Tsunoki Tsuneki at staff training opportunities.”