Japanese Labor/Employment Law (8 Weeks) (JLL101)
The purpose of this course is to provide a guideline for the basic principles of Japanese Labor Law. Students will look at Case Studies, the Labor Standards Law and related regulations to better understand the universalities and special characteristics of Labor Law. Special focus will be given to formulation and termination of Labor Contracts and legal regulations concerning the development of Labor Relations.
At the end of the course students will be empowered with a hands-on approach to deal with Labor Law related issues arising from their everyday work. Students in this course are expected to do assigned readings.
Jose Maria Tabares-Dominguez
Originally from Spain, Jose M. Tabares holds an MA degree in Law from Seville University; an MBA focused on international trade and investment and was professor of Applied Economy in Spain. He came to Japan to complete some international financing studies at Waseda University and nowadays is engaged as consultant in ODA projects in Asia and in Spanish instruction. He enjoys traveling around Japan and loves Japanese culture and his hobbies are reading history, watching films and trekking.
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