Global Retirement Insights Quarterly—Q4 2019 (JAPAN)

21 Feb 2020 15:57 | JHRS (Administrator)

The government is planning an expansion of its pension program to include more part-timers. Currently, employers with at least 501 employees must enroll employees who work at least 20 hours a week and receive monthly salaries of at least 88,000 yen into the kōseinenkinprogram. New measures would require employers with at least 101 employees (in October 2022) and 51 (in October 2024) to include part-time employees in the plan. 

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