HR, Pensions and Benefit Programs
Companies must constantly evolve in response to the transforming competitive environment, and their personnel systems (including pensions and benefit programs) are no exception to such change. Companies should also be mindful that if the change of their personnel systems is disadvantageous to their employees, then they could be subject to restrictions under prevailing laws and legal principles. We provide professional and practical advice to help clients change their personnel systems in compliance with the relevant laws and regulations.
For corporate reorganizations as well as business transfers, we provide support for the integration, modification and/or abolishment of pension and health insurance systems as well as other personnel systems.
Furthermore, we provide everyday consultation on labor issues concerning workforce reduction plans and reforms of corporate pension systems.
Lawyers in charge of HR, Pensions and Benefit Programs
- Yasuhiro Uozumi
- Daisuke Mure
- Ayako Kanamaru
- Yuichi Urata
- Shinji Takada
- Ryotaro Yamamoto
- Miho Kodera
- Qun Ji
- Takashi Komoguchi
- Aiko Hosokawa
- Junichiro Akahori
- Akiko Ishida
- Shinji Ishizu
- Yumena Morito
- Shunta Doki
- Daisuke Yamamoto
- Aya Hiraoka
- [Online Seminar: Video Streaming] Understand the Main Points in 30 minutes! The Amendments to the so-called Power Harassment Prevention Act - Impact on Compliance Check Lists and Harassment Investigations -
- Responding to the Legislation for the Promotion of Work Style Reforms to be enacted on April 1, 2020 - Legal Explanation by an Attorney on Practical Responses to Resolve Unreasonable Discriminatory Treatment
- 【Nagoya】Practical Measures in Light of the Supreme Court Decisions in the Nagasawa Unyu Case and Hamakyorex Case -- Specific Steps for Reviewing and Amending Wage Systems and Allowances
- 【Tokyo】Practical Measures in Light of the Supreme Court Decisions in the Nagasawa Unyu Case and Hamakyorex Case -- Specific Steps for Reviewing and Amending Wage Systems and Allowances
- 【Osaka】Practical Measures in Light of the Supreme Court Decisions in the Nagasawa Unyu Case and Hamakyorex Case -- Specific Steps for Reviewing and Amending Wage Systems and Allowances
- The Supreme Court's First Decision on "Equal Pay for Equal Work" -- Impacts of the Supreme Court Decision and Actions to be Taken
- Legal Issues under Korea's New Administration - Particularly on Labor Law, and the Improper Solicitation and Graft Act (the Kim Young-ran Act)
- Commentary Based on the Outline of Bills on Work Style Reform - Check Points that Companies Should Comply with.
- Business in the United States - Comparison of Key Points in Employment Laws of Various States