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障害者の雇用の促進等に関する法律 Act on Employment Promotion of Persons with Disabilities

Government of Japan Country Resources Disability Legislation Japan 25 July 1960 Legislation/regulation employment

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The purpose of this Act is to comprehensively take measures that are designed to promote the employment under the obligations to employ persons with disabilities, to ensure equal opportunities and treatment for persons with disabilities and persons without disabilities in employment and ensure that persons with disabilities can make effective use of their abilities, vocational rehabilitation measures, and other measures to encourage persons with disabilities to become independent in their vocational life by obtaining jobs suited for their abilities or otherwise, thereby promoting stability of occupations of persons with disabilities.


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