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Supreme Court rules on different working conditions for employees rehired after reaching retirement age

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Author

Hiroyuki Ebisawa 

Journal / Book

International Law Office Online Newsletter
“Employment & Benefits-Japan”

Publisher

Globe Business Publishing Ltd

Practice Areas

Employment Law Advice

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