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Name: Labour Law of Mongolia of 14 May 1999.
Country: Mongolia
Subject(s): Labour codes, general labour and employment acts
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1999-05-14
Entry into force:
Published on: Official Gazette, 1999, No. 25(104), pp. 339-366
Unofficial English translation, as amended to 2003 (PDF (large document))
ISN: MNG-1999-L-57592
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=57592&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Official Gazette, 1999, No. 25(104), pp. 339-366
Unofficial English translation, as amended to 2003 PDF (large document) PDF (large document)
Act on-line in Mongolian Act on-line in Mongolian Ministry of Social Welfare and Labour, Government of Mongolia, Mongolia PDF of Law in Mongolian as amended to 2008 PDF of Law in Mongolian as amended to 2008 (consulted on 2010-02-11)
Act on-line in English Act on-line in English Foreign Investment and Foreign Trade Agency (FIFTA), Government of Mongolia, Sambuu Street-11, Ulaanbaatar-211238, Mongolia PDF of Law in English as adopted PDF of Law in English as adopted (consulted on 2010-02-11)
Act on-line in Mongolian Act on-line in Mongolian Legal Information Mongolia, http://www.legalinfo.mn/, Mongolia PDF of Law in Mongolian as amended to 7/5/2013 PDF of Law in Mongolian as amended to 7/5/2013 (consulted on 2014-02-27)
Abstract/Citation: Repeals and Replaces Labour Law of 1991 and Law on Settlement of Collective Labour Disputes of 1993. Basic law on labour relations. Consists of 15 Chapters. Chapter 2 governs collective contracts and agreements, Chapter 3 deals with labour contracts, Chapter 4 with remuneration. Chapter 5 with hours of work and rest. Chapter 6 provides for working conditions, labour safety and sanitation standards, Chapter 7 deals with employment of women. Chapter 8 concerns employment of minors, disabled persons, dwarfs and elderly people. Chapter 9 governs employment of foreign citizens and citizens working in foreign business entities or organisations. Chapter 10 makes provision for collective bargaining, Chapter 11 regulates settlement of individual labour disputes, Chapter 12 deals with internal labour regulations, labour discipline and material liability, Chapter 13 deals with management and organisation of labour, and Chapter 14 provides for labour monitoring.
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