Victim of dismissal, harassment, unpaid holidays and overtime etc? More than 90% of foreign workers in Japan are hired on fixed-term contracts (30% for Japanese workers), a status that offers none of the job security of permanent workers. Lack of security includes one’s contract not being renewed or outright dismissal, even in the middle of the contract etc Join the March 5th Demonstration and help other foreigners fight for: job security for all workers, Japanese and non-Japanese, a better working environment, the right to be paid on time, not to be dismissed, iIncluding non-renewal of contracts without just cause. Meet at Miyashita Koen (park) in Shibuya at 2pm sharp on March 5th (Sunday).
Walk East from Shibuya Station along Meiji Dori toward Harajuku and when you have passed the Tokyu Inn hotel, turn left and you will see the park along the Yamanote line tracks. Bring friends along. All nationalities, ages, races and affiliations welcome. The demonstration should be over by 5pm. Let’s march on March 5th and make a difference!
NUGW-NAMBU (There are branches–some with links- at Berlitz, the British Council, Nichibei Kaiwa Gakuin, Kanda Gaigo, the IHT/Asahi Shimbun, Japan Times, Interac, Tokyo Metropolitan Kokusai High School and other schools and institutions. Articles and links on labor law.
Union Voice: A billion reasons why Nova doesn’t have health and pension insurance, University Teachers Union, Fukuoka General Union, Simul Academy Wins Big, and much more: