JILPT Research Report:
Diversified working styles

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2021

2021. March, No.206

Content Analysis of Labor Standards Inspection Documents Related to Worker Status

2019

2019. March, No.202

“New Forms of Employment” and Worker Protection under the Sharing Economy in China: Problems in Regulation and Practice

2018

2018. June, No.194

Research on Identifying and Developing Next-Generation Executives: Focusing on Manufacturing Companies with Global Expansion Strategies

2016

2016. May, No.183

Research on Employment at NPOs: Assessing change caused by continuous growth and disasters

2015

2015. September, No.180

Research on the Work and Lives of Non-Regular Workers in Mid-Prime Age: With focus on career analysis

2015. May, No.170

Combining Work and Care

2014

2014. May, No.164

Research on the Work and Lives of Middle-aged (35-44) Non-Regular Workers: Analysis of present situation

2013

2013. November, No.161

Transition in Diversification of Employment III: 2003 / 2007 / 2010/ Based on Special Tabulation of the “Survey on Diversification of Employment” of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare

2013. June, No.159

"Women Fighting to Balance Between Child-rearing and Work": Re-analysis of the JILPT National Survey of Households with Children 2011

2013. March, No.152

Working Styles, Vocational Capability and Career Development: From the results of the "2nd Survey on Working and Learning"

2012

2012. June, No.151

Comparative Law Study on Work-Life Balance <Final Report>(PDF:292KB)

2012. March, No.143

Report on Secondary Analysis of Data from JILPT Fact-Finding Survey on Diversified Employment Types -- New and Old Frontier Viewpoints -- (PDF:95KB)

2012. January, No.140

Employment and Economic Independence of Single Mothers (PDF:72KB)

2011

2011. May, No.136

Job Continuity at the Stage of Childbirth/Childcare: Trends from 2005 Onward (PDF:116KB)

2010

2010. June, No.122

Women's Ways of Working and Job Continuation at the Stage of Childbirth/childcare - the Problems of Supporting the Continuation Process and Building Workplaces that Encourage Women to Continue Working - (PDF:116KB)

2010. March, No.116

Comparative Law Study on Work-Life Balance – Interim Report

2009

2009. June, No.109

Childcare Leave System and Women’s Job Continuity - Comparative Analysis by Company Size - (PDF:164KB)

2009. March, No.105

Resignation and Reemployment During the Period of Marriage, Childbirth and Child Rearing - Women's Career Development and Issues - (PDF:113KB)

2008

2008. June, No.99

The Fixed -Term Contract Employees and Childcare Leave (PDF:97KB)

2008. April, No.96

Women's Reemployment after the Period of their Child Rearing – Issues and Solutions (PDF:146KB)

2007

2007. March, No.75

Diversification of Working Styles and Safety Nets: Focusing on Capability Development and Work-Life Balance (PDF:89KB)

2006

2006. December, No.73

For Expanded Use of Family Care Leave System – Report on "the Study of the Utilization of Family Care Leave System and Related Matters" – (PDF:104KB)

2006. May, No.64

Balancing Work with Life: Child care and Family Care (PDF:59KB)

2006. May, No.60

Salaried Staffs and Volunteers at NPOs: Their Working Styles and Attitudes (PDF:71KB)

2006. April, No.52

Significance of Home-based Work in the Child- Rearing Period (PDF:50KB)

2006. March, No.50

Support for Balancing Work and Childcare: Cooperation among Companies, Families, and Communities (PDF:61KB)

2005

2005. September, No.41

Survey Research on Employees' Side Jobs (PDF:65KB)

2005. March, No.22

Empirical Study on Long Working Hours and Unpaid Working Time in Japan (PDF:59KB)

2005. March, No.21

Implementation of the Family-Care Leave System: Reanalysis of the Results of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare’s
“Basic Surveys on Woman Employment Management” (PDF:53KB)

2004

2004. September, No.12

Diversifying Working Styles and Social-Labor Policy (PDF:55KB)

2004. June, No.5

Actual Conditions of Home-based Work in the West and Implications for Japan: Based Examples from the United States, Britain and Germany

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