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Ghana - Source and scope of regulations



References
  • Labour Act [LA], Act No. 651 of 2003
    (in force since 31 March 2004)
    Date: 08 Oct 2003; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Regulations, 2007 (L.I. 1833)
    (in force since 31 July 2007)
    Date: 28 May 2007 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: police; army; prison staff; state security corps
Remarks:
  • *Art. 1 LA: army, police, security and intelligence agencies, prison personnel are excluded from the scope of application of the Labour Act.

    *Art. 66 LA: the provisions on termination of employment do not apply to workers engaged for specified period or specified work; workers on a probationary period; workers engaged on casual basis.


References
  • Labour Act [LA], Act No. 651 of 2003
    (in force since 31 March 2004)
    Date: 08 Oct 2003; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Regulations, 2007 (L.I. 1833)
    (in force since 31 July 2007)
    Date: 28 May 2007 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: police; army; prison staff; state security corps
Remarks:
  • *Art. 1 LA: army, police, security and intelligence agencies, prison personnel are excluded from the scope of application of the Labour Act.

    *Art. 66 LA: the provisions on termination of employment do not apply to workers engaged for specified period or specified work; workers on a probationary period; workers engaged on casual basis.


References
  • Labour Act [LA], Act No. 651 of 2003
    (in force since 31 March 2004)
    Date: 08 Oct 2003; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Regulations, 2007 (L.I. 1833)
    (in force since 31 July 2007)
    Date: 28 May 2007 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: police; army; prison staff; state security corps
Remarks:
  • *Art. 1 LA: army, police, security and intelligence agencies, prison personnel are excluded from the scope of application of the Labour Act.

    *Art. 66 LA: the provisions on termination of employment do not apply to workers engaged for specified period or specified work; workers on a probationary period; workers engaged on casual basis.


References
  • Labour Act [LA], Act No. 651 of 2003
    (in force since 31 March 2004)
    Date: 08 Oct 2003; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Regulations, 2007 (L.I. 1833)
    (in force since 31 July 2007)
    Date: 28 May 2007 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: police; army; prison staff; state security corps
Remarks:
  • *Art. 1 LA: army, police, security and intelligence agencies, prison personnel are excluded from the scope of application of the Labour Act.

    *Art. 66 LA: the provisons on termination of employment do not apply to workers engaged for specified period or sepcified work; workers on a probationnary period; workers engaged on casual basis.


References
  • Labour Act [LA], Act No. 651 of 2003
    (in force since 31 March 2004)
    Date: 08 Oct 2003; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Regulations, 2007 (L.I. 1833)
    (in force since 31 July 2007)
    Date: 28 May 2007 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: police; army; prison staff; state security corps
Remarks:
  • *Art. 1 LA: army, police, security and intelligence agencies, prison personnel are excluded from the scope of application of the Labour Act.

    *Art. 66 LA: the provisons on termination of employment do not apply to workers engaged for specified period or sepcified work; workers on a probationnary period; workers engaged on casual basis.