|Labor law consultation
Labor and social filings
|22,000JPY+2,200JPY per person|
All fees are inclusive of tax.
Number of people includes the representatives of Japan office and employees.
Short- term employee includes number of people.
The number of people will be automatically reviewed every six months by calculating the average number of people.
|Labor law consultation||33,000JPY~|
|social insurance procedures when set up business in Japan||55,000JPY|
|Labor insurance procedures when set up business in Japan||55,000JPY|
|social insurance procedures when the bonus is paid||22,000JPY|
|Labor and social filings when the benefit is applied||16,500JPY～|
|Grant application||44,000JPY for the first time only + 25% processing fee if the applicant receives the grant.|
For the second and subsequent times that our firm applies for a grant on behalf of a client, no start-up fee is required, and 25% of the processing fee will be charged if the client receives the grant.
Making a work rule
|Making a work rule||330,000JPY~|
|Revising a work rule||110,000JPY per time|
It includes notification to the Labor Standards Inspection Office.
For companies that requested making a work rule, revision is free of charge during the contract period of the labor advisory service agreement.
We will respond free of charge as many times as necessary, such as when revisions are made to the law or when revisions are made to apply for subsidies.
For companies that already have employment regulations and need to revise them, the above fee will apply for up to four revisions, and for the fifth revision and thereafter, the revision fee will be free of charge during the term of the labor advisory service contract.
The fee is for Japanese-language work rules. If you need a English –language work rules, we will make a quotation.
Making personnel and labor regulations and labor-management agreements
Estimated costs for personnel and labor regulations will vary depending on the agreement.
Additional fees are required for the design of new systems, such as the introduction of a working hour system, in addition to the fee for preparing the rules and regulations.