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Labour-related Insurance

 Latest update: June 2022 

When foreigners establish sole proprietorships and corporations in Japan, public insurance is required for their dependents, and employees. Be sure to be acquainted with the Japanese system: who has to be covered, what are the procedures, etc. are the questions to which you will be able to answer after reading the following points.

 

> If you are looking for information on the state of the private insurance market in Japan, please click here

 

Table of Contents

  • Overview
  • Employee Labour and social insurance systems
    • Labour Insurance
      • Workers' Accident Compensation Insurance
      • (Un)Employment Insurance
    • Social Insurance
      • Health Insurance and Nursing Care Insurance
      • Employees' Pension Insurance
  • Company’s labour and health insurance procedures
  • Resignation of Employee
  • Expert Reports & Webinars
  • Further Reading
  • Relevant Organisations and Trade Fairs
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