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Subject: Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Month updated: June 2020

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

    Law No. HO-416-N to Supplement the Law No. HO-96-N of 22 June 2015 Amending and Supplementing the Labour Code. - Legislation On-Line

    Adoption: 2018-11-22 | ARM-2018-L-109532

    Supplements part 2 of Article 57 (minor provisions related to employment record-book) of the Law No. HO-96-N Amending and Supplementing the Labour Code, replacing the word ‘two’ for ‘three’.

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

    Law No. HO-206-N of 23 March 2018 on Public Service. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-03-23 | ARM-2018-L-109548

    Chapter 1. General Provisions
    Chapter 2. Classification of Public Positions
    Chapter 3. Characteristics of Organisation of Public Service
    Chapter 4. Pubic Servants Main Rights and Duties, Restrictions for Giving Orders
    Chapter 5. Codes of Ethics
    Chapter 6. Declaration of Property and Revenue, Interests
    Chapter 7. Ethical Committees and Manager of Codes of Ethics
    Chapter 8. Social Protection for Public Servants and Persons Holding Public Position
    Chapter 9. Granting High Ranks to Pubic Servant
    Chapter 10. Final and Transitional Provisions

    Repeals the previous Law on Public Service HO-172-N of 26 May 2011.

  3. Armenia - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Law No. HO-15-N of 12 January 2018 ‘On Petitions’. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-01-12 | ARM-2018-L-109533

    This law defines the rights, restrictions and procedure for submission of individual petition by one person or collective petition submitted by two and more persons on one question. It also describes legitimate reasons for rejecting petitions.

    Chapter 1. General provisions
    Chapter 2. Procedure for Submission of Petitions
    Chapter 3. Conclusion and Transitional Provisions


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