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  1. Japon - Travailleurs dans les banques, assurances, et services aux entreprises - Loi

    Law amending the Labour Union Law (Law No. 82 of 1988).

    Adoption: 1988-06-14 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1988-10-01 | JPN-1988-L-7248

    This Act amends three Acts concerning dispute resolution bodies. Under the Trade Union Law of 1949 (LS 1949-Jap.3), the Central Labour Relations Committeee is to be composed of thirteen members representing employers, thirteen members representing workers and thirteen members representing the public interest. The Prime Minister shall appoint the members in accordance with the respective recommendations of employers and workers' organisations (for details see s. 19-3). Tripartite Local Dispute Resolution Committeees appointed by the Minister of Labour shall be established within the Central Labour Relations Commission (ss. 19-10 and 27) to engage in conciliation and mediation of disputes between the National Enterprises and their employees, involving the investigation and hearing of unfair labour practice charges. The Central Labour Relations Commission shall encompass the functions of the former Central Labour Relations Commission and those of the National Enterprises Labour Relations Commission (s. 25). The Labour Relations Dispute Resolution Act (No. 25 of 1946) is amended to define the disputes which the Central Labour Relations Commission should handle at the district level by conciliators or mediators appointed from Local Dispute Resolution Committeee members. The National Enterprises Labour Relations Act (No. 257 of 1948) is amended to establish the Review Committeee (ss. 3 and 4), composed of the chairperson of the Central Labour Relations Commission and four public members appointed thereby. It shall hear unfair labour practices involving employees on the National Enterprises, and its decisions shall be deemed to be those of the Central Labour Relations Commission. The National Enterprises Labour Relations Commission and the Local Mediation Committee are abolished.

  2. Japon - Travailleurs dans les banques, assurances, et services aux entreprises - Loi

    Cabinet Order concerning revision of the amount of pensions granted under the National Pension Law [Law No. 141 of 1959]. No. 187.

    Adoption: 1987-06-02 | JPN-1987-L-4071

    Raises the amount of pensions granted under the National Pension Act, the Seamen's Insurance Act and the Employees' Pension Insurance Act by 0.6 percent (rate of increase in the national consumer price index in 1987 over the previous year), from April 1987.

  3. Japon - Travailleurs dans les banques, assurances, et services aux entreprises - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Cabinet Order amending Cabinet Order No. 169 of 1976 made under the Security of Wage Payment Law [Law No. 34 of 1976]. No. 161.

    Adoption: 1987-05-21 | JPN-1987-R-6789

    Raises the maximum amount which the Government shall cover in unpaid wages to workers in case the enterprise has been declared bankrupt. Applies to workers displaced on or after 1 Apr. 1987.

  4. Japon - Travailleurs dans les banques, assurances, et services aux entreprises - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Cabinet Order to amend the Welfare Pension Fund Order No. 324 of 1966 made under the Welfare Pension Insurance Law [Law No. 115 of 1954]. No. 241.

    Adoption: 1985-07-30 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1985-10-01 | JPN-1985-R-5150

    Amendments concerning salary levels which are to serve as the basis for determining pension amounts, following the amendments to the Welfare Pension Insurance Law.


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