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Original name: Arbeitsmarktförderungsgesetz
Name: Labour Market Promotion Act (AMFG) (BGBl. No. 31/1969).
Country: Austria
Subject(s): Employment policy, promotion of employment and employment services
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1968-12-12
Entry into force:
ISN: AUT-1968-L-42260
Bibliography: Arbeitsrecht, Dittrich, Veit, Tades, Manz Verlag, Vienna, Austria
Act on-line in German Act on-line in German Bundeskanzleramt, Rechtsinformationssystem (RIS), Austria PDF of Act in German as amended to BGBl. I Nr. 12/2009 PDF of Act in German as amended to BGBl. I Nr. 12/2009 (consulted on 2012-09-04)
Abstract/Citation: Concerns measures to improve the employment situation to attain the highest possible standard of employment. This includes the authorization of private persons to establish an employment service so that an employee searching for a workplace pays for this service, although there are legal guidelines regarding the carrying out of these private employment services. In addition employers suffering a short-term economic difficulty are allocated a governmental paid benefit. The purpose of this benefit is to enable the employer to retain the employee during the period of difficulty. Consolidated text.
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