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Jordan - Source and scope of regulations



References
  • Labour Law [LL], No. 8 of 1996, as amended up to Act No. 11 of the 2004.
    Date: 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Interim Act No. 26 of 2010 amending the Labour Code
    Date: 15 Jul 2010 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers; employer's family members
Remarks:
  • Art. 3 LL: The Labour Law does not apply to:
    "A. Public and municipalities employees.
    B. Family members of the employer who work in his/ her business against no wage.
    C. Domestic workers, cooks, and so forth.
    D. Agricultural workers except those who are subjected to any of the provisions of this law, their categories shall be defined by virtue of a regulation that shall be issued to this effect."

Notes / Remarks
The Labour Code was amended on July 2010.



References
  • Labour Law [LL], No. 8 of 1996, as amended up to Act No. 11 of the 2004.
    Date: 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Interim Act No. 26 of 2010 amending the Labour Code
    Date: 15 Jul 2010 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers; employer's family members
Remarks:
  • Art. 3 LL: The Labour Law does not apply to:
    "A. Public and municipalities employees.
    B. Family members of the employer who work in his/ her business against no wage.
    C. Domestic workers, cooks, and so forth.
    D. Agricultural workers except those who are subjected to any of the provisions of this law, their categories shall be defined by virtue of a regulation that shall be issued to this effect."

Notes / Remarks
The Labour Code was amended on July 2010.



References
  • Labour Law [LL], No. 8 of 1996, as amended up to Act No. 11 of the 2004.
    Date: 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Interim Act No. 26 of 2010 amending the Labour Code
    Date: 15 Jul 2010 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers; employer's family members
Remarks:
  • Art. 3 LL: The Labour Law does not apply to:
    "A. Public and municipalities employees.
    B. Family members of the employer who work in his/ her business against no wage.
    C. Domestic workers, cooks, and so forth.
    D. Agricultural workers except those who are subjected to any of the provisions of this law, their categories shall be defined by virtue of a regulation that shall be issued to this effect."

Notes / Remarks
The Labour Code was amended on July 2010.



References
  • Labour Law [LL], No. 8 of 1996, as amended up to Act No. 11 of the 2004.
    Date: 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Interim Act No. 26 of 2010 amending the Labour Code
    Date: 15 Jul 2010 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers; employer's family members
Remarks:
  • Art. 3 LL: The Labour Law does not apply to:
    "A. Public and municipalities employees.
    B. Family members of the employer who work in his/ her business against no wage.
    C. Domestic workers, cooks, and so forth.
    D. Agricultural workers except those who are subjected to any of the provisions of this law, their categories shall be defined by virtue of a regulation that shall be issued to this effect."

Notes / Remarks
The Labour Code was amended on July 2010.



References
  • Labour Law [LL], No. 8 of 1996, as amended up to Act No. 11 of the 2004.
    Date: 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers; employer's family members
Remarks:
  • Art. 3 LL: The Labour Law does not apply to:
    "A. Public and municipalities employees.
    B. Family members of the employer who work in his/ her business against no wage.
    C. Domestic workers, cooks, and so forth.
    D. Agricultural workers except those who are subjected to any of the provisions of this law, their categories shall be defined by virtue of a regulation that shall be issued to this effect."