What Do We Offer?

INS provides comprehensive administrative and legal support for hiring local professionals to develop your business in Japan. Among these services are setting up payroll structure for employees, assisting with employment contract negotiations, and other relevant administrative procedures. We use our local legal expertise to ensure that our clients comply with Japanese employment laws and regulations, thus avoiding high fines and legal complications.

INS can carefully tailor employment solutions to the nuances of your on-the-ground needs in Japan. In doing so, we give clients the chance to maximize their focus on their core business at they enter the Japanese market.

Conducting your core business in a new market is complicated enough. We eliminate the need for you to deal with the administrative and legal complexities of the Japanese business environment so that you can put your efforts where they will count the most.


  • No need to establish a local entity

  • Cost-effective way to expand in Japan
  • Low risk and investment

  • Enables companies to focus 100% on its core activity

  • Enables companies to focus 100% on their core activities

What Does Our Employment Solution Include?

Our mission is to ease your employees’ management

Post-Employment Responsibilities

Ensure the future of your company and employees

How to Proceed

Our dynamic procedure will allow your business to add new team members at any time



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Frequently Asked Questions

Having a local entity is not required, as employment services are already using a compliant local “Employer of Record” company.

Yes, employment solution is possible for both local national and expatriate staff.

Staff can be home-based depending on their scope of activity, while the employer must always be aware of their residential address and direct contact information.

Staff can be employed in any city in order to have their employment status abiding by the local labor regulations.

Staff already on-site can be hired in record time depending on their actual professional situation, while a new immigration procedure lasts approximately 1-month prior arrival to the work location.

The employer of record is responsible for both the hiring and termination procedures, while informing the client of all costs involved at all time.

The standard procedure requires the employer of record to respect a minimum 1-month notice period prior termination, while the economic compensation is in general 1-month salary per year worked.

The employer of record is responsible at all time of all payroll compliance and necessary tax declarations to the local government authorities.

The employer of record is legally liable during all the staff employment duration.

Yes, your HR will keep it ‘inactive’ while your Employer of Record will provide you a local labor contract.