Japanese labor legislations [sic.

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StatementCompiled by Liaison Affairs Section] the Ministry of Labor, Japan.
ContributionsJapan. Rōdōshō.
LC ClassificationsLAW
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Pagination673 p.
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Open LibraryOL6098321M
LC Control Number51021518

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Taishiro Shirai ed., Volume 5: Japanese. To address the dangers of overworking, Japan’s lawmaking body, the National Diet, passed the Work Style Reform Legislation in Most of the provisions take effect in April   The new “Work Style Reform Legislation” was Japanese labor legislations [sic.

book in and makes significant revisions to Japan's labor laws. Most of the amendments take effect in April Japan: Employment & Labour Laws and Regulations ICLG - Employment & Labour Laws and Regulations - Japan covers common issues in employment and labour laws and regulations – terms and conditions of employment, employee representation and industrial relations, discrimination, maternity and family leave rights and business sales – in 51 jurisdictions.

On Jthe Japanese Diet passed a work-style reform legislation (the “Work-Style Promotion Act”) which has been a high priority item for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

This legislation is actually a package of amendments of eight statutes aimed at realising a society where all workers can choose from a range of diverse work options. The main piece of legislation on working conditions in Japan is the Labor Standards Act (労働基準法, ろうどうきじゅんほう).

The basic principles it promotes are based on the Japanese constitution, more precisely articles 14 and Article Japan Labor Review, which has been published as an English-language quarterly on Japanese labor topics since Januaryceased its publication after winter issue (Vol Number 1).

Japan Labor Issues, a monthly journal, has succeeded it from summer presenting research papers as well as the latest information and data on labor in Japan. Article 36 (1) In the event that the employer has entered into a written agreement either with a labor union organized by a majority of the workers at the workplace (in the case that such labor union is organized) or with a person representing a majority of the workers (in the case that such labor union is not organized) and has notified the.

The image of Japanese labor relations is one of harmony and co-operation between management and labor. American business man-agers, among others, have looked enviously at the ability of their Japanese counterparts to avoid the degree of industrial unrest so often encountered in this country's industrial relations.

Indeed, many com. Japanese labor law derives from statute, e.g., the Japanese Labor Standards Act and Labor Contract Act, and the precedents established by the Japanese courts. Opinions of the Secretary of Labor and employment b. Opinions of the secretary of Justice c. Reports, debates, hearings made and conducted by Congress d.

Labor law reviews e. Labor law and social legislation textbooks f. Opinions of legal luminaries g. Foreign laws and decisions Legal Bases for Labor and Social Legislation.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of: Rōdōhō. 2nd rev. Description: xix, pages. The pupose of this page is to guide through the maze of Japanese Labor Law and give some interesting extracts.

Overtime Work and Work on Holidays. Article In the event that the employer has entered a written agreement with either a trade union organized by a majority of the workers at the workplace concerned where such a trade union exists.

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Those categorized as ‘Non-Regular Employees’, for example, make up about 40% of Japan’s labor force. Japanese employers have a tendency to pay these workers lower wages, with few incentives or planned salary increases.

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Japanese labor law provides for a hour workweek, but the law is not usually enforced in small enterprises. It also prohibits forced or compulsory labor as well as child labor. Children under the age of 15 may not work; children over the age of 15 may be employed for non-hazardous jobs only.

Following substantive changes to the law on overtime and working hours that came into effect on April 1, Japan's National Diet has passed legislation to combat harassment in the workplace.

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