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Japan Office Holidays
New Year’s Day
Coming-of-Age Day (Seijin no hi)
National Foundation Day (Kenkoku-kinen no hi)
Spring Equinox (Shunbun no hi)
Showa Day (Showa no hi)
Constitution Day (Kempo kinenbi)
Greenery Day (Midori no hi)
Children’s Day (Kodomo no hi)
Marine Day (Umi no hi)
Sports Day (Taiiku no hi)
Mountain Day (Yama no hi)
Respect for the Aged Day (Keiro no hi)
Autumn Equinox (Shubun no hi)
Cultural Day (Bunka no hi)
Labour Thanksgiving Day (kinrō kansha no hi)
Paid Time Off
Your time off is an open book — what stories will you tell?
Indeed offers you open Paid Time Off (PTO) as part of your benefits and perks package.That’s right! Open Paid Time Off to enjoy with friends and family!We trust you to manage your time off. As long as it does not negatively impact your productivity, your team, or the business, there is no cap on how much time you can take off. You’ll just need your manager’s approval in advance on any time off requests.
We want to support you in the early stages of bonding with your child. Putting aside time for your little plus one.
Permanent Employees who are no longer in probation may also be eligible for Indeed Parental Leave (16 weeks of paid leave for Primary Carers or 6 weeks of paid leave for Secondary Carers).You can find out more information through the Paternity Leave policy when you join Indeed!
Please note that eligibility for the mentioned benefits may differ depending on employment status.