During this seminar, participants will preview the critical legislations governing Japanese employment and social contracts
As the business environment in Europe has deteriorated tremendously and the picture in the United States is also not so sanguine, the focus of global commerce has now shifted to Asia. As the third largest economy in the world, and one of the only two Asian members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) which represents 34 of the most developed nations, Japan is one of the lynchpins of the economic stability in the region.
A country lesser understood than known in terms of its business environment and its governing frameworks, Japan has undergone many demographic, social, economic and political changes that have direct impact on its business, all of which affects the livelihood of its citizens. Therefore, it is timely to look at the framework within which employment and the labour markets are governed.
At the end of this one day program, participants will be able to state the pertinent and critical legislation governing Japanese employment, as well as be presented with an overview of the country’s historical, cultural, social and legal contexts within social contracts (e.g. employment) operate.
• To present an overview of the country’s historical, cultural, social and legal contexts within which social contracts, which include employment contracts, operate.
•To highlight the pertinent and critical legislations governing the world of employment in the country.
I. Legal framework.
II. Historical basis.
III. Evolution of labour standards.
• Some unique features
• Influence on social contracts
V. Some key indicators.
VI. The labour market and some statistics.
VII. Key economic indicators.
VIII. Labour Laws - some pertinent issues and legislations such as:
• Labour contract
• Dismissal and legal requirements
• Overtime work
• Regular versus non-regular employment
• Discrimination and redress
• Penalties for violations
IX. Case studies of controversy.
X. Brief overview of Industrial Relations
• Brief history of labour movement
• Governing legislation
• Some pertinent statistics
• HR Managers.
• Anyone who deal with or will be handling HR/employment matters in Japan.
His most recent role as the Head of Regional HR for Asia Pacific has earned him a track record in championing HR leadership in a large multinational consulting firm in a multi-matrix organization. He is also passionate about people development and building high performing teams in his HR global role.
Boyet also possess at least 10 years of experience covering extensively on Japan. In his current HR role, he is still covering Japan. He has lived in Singapore for 7 years as Singapore Permanent Resident, travelling in APAC to cover at least 9 countries.
In 2011, Boyet has obtained a Master’s Degree in Human Resources gained from a top European University. He has Bachelors of Arts Degree in Behavioral Science gained from University of Santo Tomas (Philippines) and an Associate Degree in Philosophy.
• 24 April 2018 - 8th Run - Confirmed
• One day
• 9 am to 5:30 pm
A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded at the end of the course.
• S$ 850 for Community
• S$ 880 for Non-Subscribers
• Skills Connect WDA Reference CRS-N-0031086.
• Skills Future Credit for Self-Sponsored Singaporeans aged 25 and above.
• Coffee & tea with snacks during the morning and afternoon breaks
• Buffet lunch with vegetarian & halal options
Past Participants' Comments
Past Participant Organisations
• Ashland Singapore, Aberdeen Asset Management Asia, Aeroflex Asia, AETN Asia.
• Brunel International South East Asia, Booking.com Singapore.
• Covance (Asia), Chem-Trend Singapore, CommScope Solutions Singapore.
• Digital Investment Management, DEUTZ Asia-Pacific.
• Everett Charles Technologies.
• Groz-Beckert East Asia.
• JDS Uniphase Singapore, JDA Software Asia.
• Koch Business Solutions - Asia Pacific, Konecranes.
• LEGO Singapore.
• Panasonic Avionics Corporation, PayPal.
• Rolls-Royce Singapore.
• Servicenow, SITA Information Networking Computing, Singapore Tourism Board.
• Tata Communications, TripAdvisor Singapore, TriQuint International.