Gyomu Itaku (Outsourcing) is not employment but a partnership. You function like an agency and partner with the company.
To work in an Independent Contractor Model, candidates are required to have an independent business or to have been registered as a sole trader (kojin jigyonushi).
There are generally two different types of Independent Contractor Models whether you’re an independent business or a sole trader. Kojin jigyonushi refers to the outsourcing of contracts which is an agreement where candidates are paid upon their deliverables whilst Inin Keiyaku is a mandate contract for legal issues and candidates are paid simply for the service they provide where no deliverables are required.
At Computer Futures, we mainly support “Jyun Inin Keiyaku” which is a quasi-mandate contract. This is a mandate contract for non-legal issues where you are paid for the work or service itself, as opposed to a contract where you are paid for the deliverables. In other words, you are contracted and paid to manage an internal system, provide IT helpdesk services or manage a project for a specific period of time.