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Managing Payroll in Japan

Aug 4, 2015  | Topic: Country Payroll

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26thAugust 2015: 06:00 New York (EST)
26th August 2015: 11:00 UK (BST)
26th August 2015: 19:00 Japan (JST)

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Topic: With Japan being one of the world’s largest economies, an ever increasing number of businesses are expanding into the region to take advantage of its attractive business environment. It is of growing importance for employers to have an understanding of the implications and ever changing payroll rules and regulations in the country.

Join CloudPay’s Japanese Payroll Partners, Matthew Kyle and Naomi Yamazaki of Tricor Japan, for this complimentary webinar on an Introduction to Japanese Payroll. During this intuitive session Matthew and Naomi will provide an outline of the payroll rules and regulations that impact an employer no matter what type of entity is set up in Japan. Attendees of this webinar will learn:

  • Japanese Employment Agreement structures
  • Social and Labor Insurance
  • Rules of Employment
  • Company Doctor
  • Special Social Insurance Association (“kumiai”) (application timing depends on association requirements)
  • Full-time vs. Part-time
  • Article 36 agreement (part-timers)

Featured Guest Speakers

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Matthew Kyle, Head of Business Development, Marketing and Engagement Management, Tricor Japan.

Matthew Kyle spent his first three years out of college playing professional basketball in the NBA, Europe, Africa and Japan. Since basketball he has spent time with Ernst & Young on the Tokyo Transfer Pricing team. From here he moved to Tricor K.K. working his way up to Head of BD, Marketing and Engagement Management for the Japan Operation. He actively manages over 100 clients, maintains key strategic relationships all while developing new marketing initiatives for the firm.

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Naomi Yamazaki, Head of Payroll Implementation, Tricor Japan.

Naomi's experience has developed over two markets - the first half she has spent growing up and working in the US and the rest in Japan. Her background is based in finance, accounting, operations, human resources and recruitment. Prior to joining Tricor, Naomi worked as the Executive Director at Japan America Society and also owned a business in Hawaii. After this, her roles in the US were finance related including budgeting and accounting for the State Department. When Naomi moved to Japan she took a position as Chief Operating Office at Eban Japan, UK based headhunting firm to oversee the operations and finance in Japan. Naomi’s core areas of expertise include Japan Payroll, Japan Human Resources and high volume payroll implementation.



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