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1. Compliance with local employment laws
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4. Dedicated HR support and expertise
5. Seamless onboarding and payroll management
6. Access to a wider talent pool
How Our Employer of Record Solution Works?
Our process is simple and efficient. First, we hire the employee on your behalf and become their official employer.
Then, we manage all legal and administrative tasks, including payroll, taxes, benefits, and compliance.
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Why Choose Us as Your Employer of Record?
1. Price transparency
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Our all-in-one compliance management system simplifies HR processes across jurisdictions, freeing up your time to focus on growing your business.
With our platform, you have access to local compliance experts who can guide you through the complexities of managing a distributed workforce, ensuring that you stay compliant with local laws and regulations.
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Japan Country Overview
Japan is a sovereign island nation located in East Asia. It is the fourth largest island country in the world with a population of over 126 million people. The country is known for its rich culture, unique traditions, and advanced technology.
Japan has a high-income mixed economy, the third largest in the world by nominal GDP, and is a major exporter of various goods, including automobiles, electronics, and steel.
The country is also home to numerous landmarks and tourist destinations, including Tokyo, its bustling capital city, and Mount Fuji, its iconic mountain. The Japanese people enjoy a high standard of living and the country has a highly developed healthcare system.
Japanese Yen (JPY)
Parliamentary constitutional monarchy
There are several types of employment contracts in Japan, including:
1.Regular Employee Contract (Seishain): This is a permanent and full-time employment contract that provides job security and various benefits, such as health insurance and paid leave.
2. Non-Regular Employee Contract (Hi-sei): This type of contract includes part-time, temporary, and fixed-term employment. Non-regular employees usually receive fewer benefits compared to regular employees.
3. Dispatched Employee Contract (Haken): This type of contract is for employees who are dispatched to a company by a staffing agency.
4. Part-Time Employee Contract (Arubaito): This is a contract for individuals who work fewer hours than regular employees.
5. Internship Contract (Intānshipu): This type of contract is for students or recent graduates who work at a company to gain experience.
6. Freelance Contract (Furīraunsu): This type of contract is for self-employed individuals who provide services to clients on a project basis.
The standard work week in Japan is 40 hours, which is typically spread over five days, Monday to Friday.
Here is a list of national holidays in Indonesia:
1. New Year’s Day (January 1st)
2. Coming of Age Day (2nd Monday in January)
3. National Foundation Day (February 11th)
4. Vernal Equinox Day (Around March 20th)
5. Shōwa Day (April 29th)
6. Constitution Memorial Day (May 3rd)
7. Greenery Day (May 4th)
8. Children’s Day (May 5th)
9. Marine Day (3rd Monday in July)
10. Mountain Day (August 11th)
11. Respect for the Aged Day (3rd Monday in September)
12. Autumnal Equinox Day (Around September 23rd)
13. Sports Day (2nd Monday in October)
14. Culture Day (November 3rd)
15. Labor Thanksgiving Day (November 23rd)
16. Emperor’s Birthday (December 23rd)
In addition to these national holidays, there are also regional holidays and specific holidays observed by certain organizations and companies
In Japan, there are several government-run social security organizations that provide various benefits to citizens, including health insurance, pension plans, and unemployment insurance. Some of the main organizations include:
1.Japan Pension Service (Kokumin Nenkin):
This organization administers the national pension plan, which provides retirement benefits to citizens.
2. National Health Insurance (Kokumin Kenkō Hoken):
This insurance program provides comprehensive medical coverage for citizens, including inpatient and outpatient care, prescription drugs, and mental health services.
3. Employment Insurance (Shakai Hoken):
This insurance program provides benefits to workers who lose their jobs, including unemployment benefits and job training programs.
4. Workers’ Accident Compensation Insurance (Rōdō sekinin hoken):
This insurance program provides benefits to workers who are injured or become ill as a result of their job.
All employees are required to participate in the national pension plan, health insurance, and employment insurance programs. Employers and employees both contribute to the cost of these programs through payroll taxes.
The amounts contributed vary depending on the individual’s income and other factors, but typically the employer covers around 70% of the total cost, while the employee covers the remaining 30%.
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