April 2010 CEO Luncheon- What Every Chief Should Know About Their Indians

April 2010 CEO Luncheon- What Every Chief Should Know About Their
Indians (Labor Law)
The big debate in the US is whether the unions killed America’s
production capacity and sent manufacturing offshore.  We may never know.
For Japan, the story is a bit different as Japan has some of the most
protective labor laws in the world.  The law of unintended consequences
is the same everywhere though: in reaction to recent changes to the
workers dispatch law, companies have switched to hiring arbeito, thereby
negating the efforts of the government to promote stable forms of
employment.
What does every CEO need to know about Labor Laws in Japan?  The April
C8 luncheon will have a special guest with considerable expertise in
these areas.  We will be joined by labor attorney Jean-Denis Marx.  Mr.
Marx has been in Japan for almost two decades practicing law in this
field and will share insights on
-Hiring: permanent vs. temporary workers
-How to terminate workers
-Current issues with labor law
Looking forward to seeing you at the April meeting!  Details are

Friday, 23 April. 2010

12PM-1330PM

Roppongi Hills Club- La Cucina Restaurant (Italian)
51 fl. Roppongi Hills Mori Tower,
6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku,
Tokyo, 106-6151 Japan
Venue information here

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