The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
June 2018(No.695)
Leave of Absence and Reinstatement : Actual Situation and Issues

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Abstract (until February-March 2016)



Leave of Absence and Reinstatement of Employees : Vital Points Thereof
Mamoru Ohnishi

ARTICLESAbstract June 2018(No.695) (PDF:413KB)

Absence from Work and Leave of Absence in Japan: Understanding
through Offcial Statistics
Souichi Ohta
Legal Issues with Sick Leave
Ikuko Mizushima
Health Capital Investment and Productivity
Sachiko Kuroda
Loss of Labor Productivity in Small and Medium Businesses and Its
Influencing Factors
Yuji Furui
Kenji Muramatsu
Hiroo Ide
The Present and Future of the Rework Program
Yoshio Igarashi
Rework Support Efforts : Introduction of Support in Chiba Vocational
Center for Persons with Disabilities
Seiichi Mori


The Relationship between Labor Market Experience outside the Firm and
Promotion in the Internal Labor Market
Kaori Sato


Jiro Nakamura, Shinya Sugawara The Japanese Long-Term Care
Miki Kohara
Yukihiro Morishita Structure of Wage Determination Acts in Chinese Labor Law
Teyiunn Suu


Hu, J., and Liden, R. C. “Making a Difference in the Teamwork:
Linking Team Prosocial Motivation to Team Processes and Effectiveness”
Hayoung Shin


Communication through Japanese Food and the Fair Housework Sharing
Hiromi Hara

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AbstractsAbstract (until February-March 2016)