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Subject: Conditions of work - Month updated: July 2020

  1. Sao Tome and Principe - Conditions of work - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Resolución núm. 13/ 2020, de 4 de mayo, que autoriza el pago de horas extraordinarias a los medios de comunicación (Resolução n.º 13/ 2020, de 4 de maio, que autoriza o pagamento de horas extraordinárias à comunicação social)

    Adoption: 2020-05-04 | Date of entry into force: 2020-05-04 | STP-2020-M-110124

    La citada resolución autoriza el pago de horas extras a los empleados de TVS - Televisão São-Tomense, RNSTP - Rádio Nacional de São Tomé e Príncipe y STP PRESS - Agência de Notícias de STP, por trabajos realizados fuera del horario normal de trabajo, teniendo en cuenta la situación de los profesionales de los medios de comunicación en el proceso de lucha contra el COVID-19, en lo que respecta a la producción y difusión de información, reportajes y contenidos de sensibilización, sin límite de horas de trabajo.

  2. Seychelles - Conditions of work - Law, Act

    Employment (Coronavirus Special Leave) (Temporary Measures) Regulations, 2020 (S.I. 57 of 2020). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-03-30 | SYC-2020-L-110083

    The regulation permits certain categories of workers -including parents (father, mother or guardian with whom the child or children reside) with children enrolled in schools, workers on quarantine or in isolation as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in accordance with the directive of the health authorities as well as workers whose work organisations are temporarily partially or wholly closed during the pandemic - to seek special leave from their employers, starting from March 16, until the situation is normalised and school institutions resume their operations. Time off during this period is not to be deducted from the normal leave entitlement under the Act.


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