Japan Labor Issues
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Vol.1, No.3, November-December 2017 (Full text PDF:3.38MB)

SPECIAL ISSUE

The 1st JILPT Tokyo Comparative Labor Policy Seminar 2017 "Identifying Major Labor Policy Issues in Contemporary World of Labor―Commonalities and Differences Crossing Regions and Nations"

This Special Issue includes papers submitted by the 17 promising young researchers from Asian countries and regions as country reports, where they introduce their findings on the latest policy issues in each country addressing the broad theme of the Seminar.

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  1. A Step against All or Nothing Policy: The Scope of Industrial Accident Compensation Insurance for Independent Contractors in Korea (PDF:687KB)
    Sukhwan CHOI, Associate Professor, Myongji University (Korea)
  2. The Practice and Changes of Taiwan's Labor Dispute Regulations Act (PDF:409KB)
    Yu-Fan CHIU, Assistant Professor, School of Law, National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan)
  3. Draft Regulation on Employee Invention and Innovative Workers Protection in China (PDF:453KB)
    Qian WEI, Lecturer, China University of Industrial Relations (China)
  4. Changes in the Wage System in Japan: Circumstances and Background (PDF:762KB)
    Itaru NISHIMURA, Researcher, The Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (Japan)
  5. The Development and Labor Situation in Indonesia (PDF:595KB)
    Hayati Sari HASIBUAN, Secretary School of Environmental Science, University of Indonesia (Indonesia)
  6. Philippine Report on Employment Trends and Policies: Can the Duterte Administration End Contractualization? (PDF:607KB)
    Maria Catalina M. TOLENTINO, Assistant Professor, University of the Philippines (Philippines)
  7. Report on Identifying Major Labour Policy Issues in Malaysia (PDF:669KB)
    Mary Tze Mei TIONG, Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Human Resources (Malaysia)
  8. Collective Bargaining and Collective Agreements in Vietnam: From Legislation to Practice (PDF:472KB)
    Trang Thi Kieu TRAN, Lecturer, Department of Law, Hanoi Law University (Vietnam)
  9. Leader or Laggard? Australian Efforts to Promote Better Working Conditions in Supply Chains within and beyond Australia's Borders (PDF:534KB)
    Ingrid LANDAU, Research Fellow, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne (Australia)
  10. Report on Vietnam’s Rules Regulating Foreign Workers (PDF:475KB)
    Hang Thuy TRAN, Lecturer of Law, Hanoi Law University (Vietnam)
  11. Identifying Major Labour Policy Issues in Myanmar (PDF:521KB)
    Eitra MYO, Senior Legal Advisor, SAGA Asia Consulting Company Ltd. (Myanmar)
  12. Overview of Labor Legal Issues in Cambodia (PDF:457KB)
    Kanharith NOP, Attorney-at-Law (Cambodia)
  13. A Review of the Government Intervention in Labor Relations through Guidelines (PDF:538KB)
    Hochang ROH, Assistant Professor, Hoseo University (Korea)
  14. Labour Models in Local Daily Service Platforms: Current Situation and Challenges (PDF:424KB)
    Manxue YIN, Associate Researcher, Institute for Labour Studies (China)
    Biqian ZHAO, Institute for Labour Studies (China)
  15. Industrial Relations Situation in India: A Report (PDF:672KB)
    Girish BALASUBRAMANIAN, Assistant Professor, Xavier University, School of HRM, Bhubaneswar (India)
    Manoranjan DHAL, Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode (India)
  16. The Changes and Development of Collective Bargaining in Taiwan (PDF:429KB)
    Yueh-Hung HOU, Professor, College of Law, National Taipei University (Taiwan)
  17. Atypical Work Organizations as a Social Phenomenon Occurring throughout the Contemporary Labor World: Current Status of Research and Future Issues (PDF:442KB)
    Qi ZHONG, Researcher, The Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (Japan)

Entries are arrenged based on the seminar program.

Published on November 22, 2017

Vol.1, No.2, October 2017 (Full text PDF:2.64MB) 

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Trends

Research

Judgments and Orders

Series:Japan’s Employment System and Public Policy 2017-2022

Statistical Indicators (PDF:738KB)

Published on September 25, 2017

Vol.1, No.1, September 2017 (Full text PDF:2.51MB) 

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Preface

Trends

Research

Judgments and Orders

Series:Japan’s Employment System and Public Policy 2017-2022

Statistical Indicators (PDF:723KB)

Published on August 25, 2017

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E-mail:j-emm [at sign] jil.go.jp

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