Important Amendment of Workers Dispatching Act - Are You Aware that Dispatched Workers May Become Permanent Workers? - 労働者派遣法の重要改正 - 2018年問題・派遣従業員が無期従業員になるリスクにお気づきですか？
[This event will be conducted in Japanese with key points summarized in English.]
Important Amendment of Workers Dispatching Act
- Are You Aware that Dispatched Workers
may Become Permanent Workers? -
Last year, the Workers Dispatching Act in Japan was amended. Not only dispatching companies but also their clients have been affected by this amendment. For example, the new act abolishes the so-called "Exception of 26 Profession" which regulates the dispatching period in the unified standard, and it also obliges both dispatching companies and their clients to treat the dispatching employee in a balanced way.
In addition, at the same time, regulations of the so-called "Deemed Employment Contract Application" have been enacted, and the clients are required to prepare such difficult regulations. In this seminar, the speaker will illustrate such amendment and the issues which the clients need to prepare.
Speaker: Yasumasa Sakamoto (Associate, Kitahama Partners)
Yasumasa Sakamoto is an Attorney at Law (Japan and New York) at Kitahama Partners, He received his LL.B in 2004 and his J.D. in 2006 from Kyoto University. He was registered in Japan in 2007, obtained his LLM degree at Northwestern University in 2014 and was registered as an attorney in New York State in 2015. Mr. Sakamoto's legal expertise is in corporate legal affairs and employment issues (including domestic and foreign companies).
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