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Name: Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]
Country: Japan
Subject(s): Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1993-07-02
Entry into force:
ISN: JPN-1993-L-33405
Bibliography: Labour Laws of Japan, 1995, Ministry of Labour, Institute of Labour Administration, Tokyo, Japan, 7th ed., pp. 116-129
Abstract/Citation: The purpose of this law is to promote a smooth reduction of working hours and thereby to contribute to a more comfortable life for workers and to the balanced development of the national economy through special measures, including the establishment of the Promotional Plan for Reduction of Working Hours by the State.
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