TOKYO--Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd.’s payroll is set to shrink.
Japan’s largest department store retailer said Tuesday that about 1,500 Mitsukoshi workers have applied for its early retirement program. Those employees represent just over 22 percent of Mitsukoshi’s full-time workforce. They are expected to retire by Jan. 31.
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