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  1. Japan - Community, social and personal services workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour made under the Law respecting the Improvement of Employment Management of Home Helpers (Law No. 63 of 1992). No. 18.

    Adoption: 1992-06-29 | Date of entry into force: 1992-07-01 | JPN-1992-R-33108

    Establishes standards for the allocation of grants and for management of the Center for the Stability of Home Helpers (persons responsible for the care of the aged in their homes).

  2. Japan - Community, social and personal services workers - Law, Act

    Cabinet Order fixing the date of enforcement of the Law respecting the Improvement of Employment Management of Home Helpers (Law No. 63 of 1992). No. 232.

    Adoption: 1992-06-26 | JPN-1992-R-33021

    The date of enforcement of the Law is 1 July 1992.

  3. Japan - Community, social and personal services workers - Law, Act

    Cabinet Order made under the Law respecting the Improvement of Employment Management of Home Helpers (Law No. 63 of 1992). No. 233.

    Adoption: 1992-06-26 | Date of entry into force: 1992-07-01 | JPN-1992-R-33105

    Establishes the standard to be followed by employers in order to improve the welfare of home helpers (persons responsible for the care of the aged in their homes).

  4. Japan - Community, social and personal services workers - Law, Act

    Law respecting the Improvement of Employment Management of Home Helpers. No. 63 of 1992.

    Adoption: 1992-05-27 | JPN-1992-L-33113

    The purpose of the Law is to promote the improvement of the welfare of home helpers by taking measures to improve their employment management, taking account of the increase in the demand for home help services due to the rapid increase in the number of elderly people. The Minister of Labour shall establish a plan for the improvement of the employment management of home helpers, based on trends in employment and on the measures to be taken for home helpers. A Center for the Stability of Home Helpers shall be established to provide services such as the collection of information and its dissemination to employers and home helpers, as well as the counselling and training of home helpers.


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