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27 May 2020
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Author: 弁護士ドットコム

『「今すぐここでサインして」外資系で退職強要が横行? マカフィー元社員、無効訴え』2020年5月13日...

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27 May 2020
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Author: 弁護士ドットコム

「大手飲食店グループ、アルバイトに「休業手当」払わず…従業員が団交申し入れ」2020年5月25日...

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Article
19 May 2020

Japan: Companies reported to begin accepting "partnership certificates" for same-sex couples to provide spousal & familial benefits

Author: Kyodo News

"Japan companies to accept same-sex partnership certificates by NGO", 25 April 2020...

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19 May 2020

Japan: Freelance, LGBTQ workers remain vulnerable to workplace abuse despite new anti-harassment law

Author: Kyodo News

"FOCUS: Freelance, LGBT wary of Japan's new anti-harassment law", 17 May 2020...

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19 May 2020

Japan: COVID-19 leads to heavy job losses among non-permanent employees

Author: Mainichi Japan

"Coronavirus leading to heavy job losses among vulnerable workers in Japan", 15 May 2020...

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19 May 2020

Japan: Labour ministry data appears to overlook COVID-19 impact on temporary workers

Author: The Asahi Shimbun

"Temp workers' jobs in peril, but ministry lacks clear picture", 18 May 2020...

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11 May 2020

Japan: Royal Limousine announces dismissal of 600 drivers due to COVID-19

A day after the Japanese government declared a state of emergency, Royal Limousine, a taxi operator based in Tokyo, announced plans to dismiss approximately 600 of its drivers in response to financial difficulties resulting from COVID-19. The company...

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11 May 2020
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Author: Radio Télévision Suisse

« L'environnement: nouveau droit humain? », 9 mai 2020....

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5 May 2020

Japan: Foreign workers first to lose jobs amid COVID-19 outbreak

Author: CNA

"Foreign workers feel the pain of 'corona job cuts' in Japan", 5 May 2020...

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5 May 2020

Japan: Health & safety concerns raised as multiple companies require call centre employees to work from office

Author: Reuters

"Call centres expose fault line in Japan's pandemic fight", 4 May 2020...

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