This report covers the essential legal aspects of Human Resources in Japan. Here, European businesses will find everything they need to know about recruitment, the establishment of work rules, work patterns, employment contracts, working hours, leaves, wages, termination of employment and restrictions, labour and social insurances for local staff as well as cross-border employment contracts, salaries, tax liabilities and social security matters for expatriate employees.
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