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Employment contracts

ID番号 N38311 更新日 平成29年4月18日

taken from CLAIR’s Multilingual Information

An employment contract is a contract exchanged between you and your employer concerning working conditions. When you sign a hiring contract, your employer will give you a written contract which clarifies the working conditions such as compensation (salary) and working hours.

For example, if the amount of salary to be paid is not put in writing but is merely decided verbally, should this fail to be paid as per the conditions at a later date, problems could result due to the lack of proof. The contract should include the working conditions in as much detail as possible. In the event that the contract is written in Japanese, be sure to confirm the contents by, for example, having it translated into your native language.

 

Working conditions which must be stated in writing

The working conditions which must be stated are as follows.

The period of the employment contract

The place where the job will take place, and the job description

The hours of starting and finishing work, whether work will exceed the working hours that have been decided upon, break times, holidays and leave

Determination of salary, calculation of salary, method of payment of salary, cut-off date and period of payment, and matters relating to promotion

Matters relating to resignation

In the event that your company has "employment regulations (company-determined rules)", which sets outworking conditions or code of practice, you need to confirm its contents.

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