Revised labor law gives staff on fixed-term contracts a route to job security, but some firms are already finding loopholes

13 Mar 2018 12:30 | JHRS (Administrator)

Acute shortages of manpower in Japan are prompting changes in the country’s labor market, and a new rule to facilitate the conversion of fixed-term contract workers into indefinite-term employees will come into full force in April.


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