Workforce Management Newsletter Vol.3

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Workforce Management Newsletter
Vol.3
pwc.com/jp/e/tax/outsourcing
 
Contents

                       
 
  1. The Insurance Premium Rate of the Japan Health Insurance Association will be increased to a national average of 10%
  2. The Employment Insurance Premium Rate will go down to 1.35% for General Industries
  3. The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Premium Rate will go down by 0.6/1000 on average
  4. Social Security Agreement between Brazil and Japan and the same between Switzerland and Japan will come into force
  5. Introduction to major revisions to the law which will take place in the future
    • Industrial Safety and Health Act・・・Mandate to companies to check the mental health of employees
    • Worker Dispatching Act・・・A Proposal to Reconsider the Ban on Registration for Dispatch, and on Dispatching Workers to the Manufacturing Industry
  6. 【Labor-related topic】 Mistakes related to Overtime Management and Payment of Allowance
 

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