Japanese Firm Orders All Employees To Get Identical Haircuts To Reduce Energy Use


Japanese corporate culture has always placed the good of the organization above that of the individual worker, going so far as to dictate workplace fashion and daily exercise routines. But haircuts?

At least one Japanese firm has jumped on the one-hairstyle-for-all bandwagon as part of a national campaign to reduce energy consumption in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster last March, The Daily Telegraph reports.