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  1. Rwanda - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Loi n° 66/2018 du 30 août 2018 portant réglementation du travail au Rwanda. (Law regulating Labour in Rwanda.)

    Adoption: 2018-08-30 | RWA-2018-L-108704

    CHAPTER I: General Provisions and Fundamental Rights
    CHAPTER II: Employment Contracts, Apprenticeship and Internship Contracts.
    CHAPTER III: General Working Conditions
    CHAPTER IV: Salary
    CHAPTER V: Occupational Safety and Health
    CHAPTER VI: Association of Employees and Association of Employers
    CHAPTER VII: Collective Agreements and Rules of Procedure of Enterprises
    CHAPTER VIII: Labour Dispute Settlement
    CHAPTER IX: Right to Strike and Lockout
    CHAPTER X: Labour Organs
    CHAPTER XI: Enterprise Declarations
    CHAPTER XII: Offences and their Penalties, Administrative Misconducts, and Related Sanctions
    CHAPTER XIII: Miscellaneous, Transitional and Final Provisions

  2. Zambia - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Employment Code Act, 2019 (Act No. 3 of 2019). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2019-04-11 | ZMB-2019-L-108714

    An Act to regulate the employment of persons; prohibit discrimination at an undertaking; constitute the Skills and Labour Advisory Committees and provide for their functions; provide for the engagement of persons on contracts of employment and provide for the form and enforcement of the contracts of employment; provide for employment entitlements and other benefits; provide for the protection of wages of employees; provide for the registration of employment agencies; regulate the employment of children and young persons; provide for the welfare of employees at an undertaking; provide for employment policies, procedures and codes in an undertaking; repeal and replace the Employment Act,1965, the Employment (Special Provisions) Act,1966, the Employment of Young Persons and Children Act, 1933 and the Minimum Wages and Conditions of Employment Act, 1982; and provide for matters connected with, or incidental to, the foregoing.

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