As the need for nurses working in nursing care facilities and facilities for the disabled is increasing due to the influence of the new coronavirus, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has revised the government ordinance on the dispatch of nurses to day labor, which is prohibited by law, and will allow it after April. We are considering the direction.
At nursing facilities and facilities for persons with disabilities nationwide, the need for nurses who manage the health of users is increasing due to the influence of the new coronavirus, but under the Worker Dispatch Law, in principle, the labor contract is a day labor dispatch within 30 days. It is banned, and the issue is how to secure nurses in the face of chronic labor shortages.
On the other hand, on the side of nurses, there are voices centering on "potential nurses" who have left the workplace due to marriage or childbirth while having qualifications, and want a more flexible working style by working short hours instead of full-time. I am.
Under these circumstances, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has been considering the possibility of dispatching nurses to day labor when working in nursing care facilities and facilities for persons with disabilities since April, based on the needs of both parties, and decided to revise the Cabinet Order soon. I am.
In this amendment, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare will require both the dispatching and receiving facilities to properly manage their businesses and labor.