To prevent labor-management disputes and improve its own competitiveness, a business needs to establish and enforce legitimate rules of employment and relevant policies considering its current status. Also, since 2014, the Ministry of Employment and Labor has conducted employer inspections and imposed fines and penalties instantly on lawbreakers, so employers should be cautious when modifying employment policies or prepare documents.
Employment Contract and Employment-Related Documents
Landmark Labor Law Firm draws up employment contracts for businesses based upon company size, salary structure, current status, etc. We also prepare other documents needed for employment contract such as a non-disclosure agreement.
Establishment and Modification of Company Regulation
We can help clients establish optimal rules of employment, taking into account their status. Rules of employment are designed following the process below. We also offer other forms and policies relating to personnel and labor management to the needs of each client.
Company Regulation Design Process
Establishment and Report of Labor Management Council Rules
Employers hiring with 30 employees or more are required to set up a Labor Management Council (LMC) and establish rules to report to the district Labor Office. We advise clients on forming a LMC, assist in developing LMC rules and report them to the Ministry of Employment and Labor.