Employment issues range from overtime, wages, firing, sexual harassment, and power harassment to name but a few. Labor problems are inevitable for companies as they employ people and conduct business activities.
In Japan, employment laws mean that employees are well-protected, and employers are required to comply with various kinds of regulations.
One of the most common of these cases is when a company wants an employee to quit or tries to get an employee to quit and as a result, receives a letter from said employee's lawyer.
When an employee's lawyer is retained, at the labor tribunal process, which is often used, an immediate initial response is required. It is important for you to be able to consult with an attorney who is available immediately and able to respond promptly.
We place great importance on the speed of our response, not only for labor tribunals, but also for other matters.