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

    Labour Code of 21 December 1995. - Labour Code in Russian (as amended up to 1999)

    Adoption: 1995-12-21 | Date of entry into force: 1996-04-01 | UZB-1995-L-45056

    Adopted by Act No. 161 of 21 December 1995. Provisions relating to non discrimination in labour relations, protection of labour rights, subjects of labour relations, representation of workers and employers, collective agreements and collective bargaining, job placement, labour contract, working time, rest and leave, wages, guarantee and compensation payments, labour discipline, material responsibility of labour contract parties, labour protection, additional guarantees and advantages to several categories of workers, labour disputes and State social security.

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

    Employment (Amendment) Act 2010 (Act No. 25 of 2010). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2011-01-17 | Date of entry into force: 2011-02-07 | VUT-2010-L-88483

    Makes numerous amendments to the Principal Act in particular by introducing a new section 1A entitled Tripartite Labour Advisory Council.

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

    Employment (Amendment) Act 2009 (Act No. 33 of 2009). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2009-10-19 | Date of entry into force: 2009-10-26 | VUT-2009-L-88499

    Amends sections 29(1) (annual leave), 34(3) (medical certificate), 36(1), 36(2) and 36(2)(b) (maternity leave), 54(1)(d) is repealed and substituted with text concerning rights of employees after 6 years continuous service and minor numbering amendment is made to section 56(2)(a).

  4. Vanuatu - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Employment (Amendment) Act 2008 (No. 31 of 2008). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2008-06-08 | Date of entry into force: 2009-10-26 | VUT-2008-L-88502

    Makes numerous amendments to the Act in particular with respect to maternity leave.

  5. Vanuatu - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Employment (Amendment) Act No. 8 of 1995. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1995-08-11 | Date of entry into force: 1995-08-28 | VUT-1995-L-42143

    Amends section 54(1) of Employment Act [Cap. 160] providing severance pay for employees who have worked at an establishment for more than 12 months. Also amends section 20 by substituting "1 year" with "3 years".

  6. Vanuatu - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Employment Act 1983 - Employment (Employer's Register) Order 1983 (Order No. 43 of 1983). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1983-08-16 | VUT-1983-R-105156

  7. Vanuatu - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Employment Act (Cap 160) - Consolidated Edition 2006

    Adoption: 1983-05-30 | VUT-1983-L-69554

    Comprehensive labour legislation. Divided into 13 parts.

    Part I: Labour Advisory Board
    Part II: Appointment, Powers and Duties of Officers
    Part III: General
    Part IV: Contract of Employment
    Part V: Remuneration
    Part VI: Hours of Work and Overtime Pay
    Part VIII: Employment of Women and Young Persons
    Part IX: Safety Precautions and Medical Facilities
    Part X: Termination of Contract
    Part XI: Severance Allowance
    Part XII: Repatriation of Employees
    Part XIII: Miscellaneous


  8. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decreto núm. 6207, de 28 de diciembre de 2015, que prohíbe los despidos sin causa justificada por un lapso de tres (3) años - Ministerio Público

    Adoption: 2015-12-28 | Date of entry into force: 2015-12-28 | VEN-2015-R-103829

    El citado decreto ordena la inamovilidad de los trabajadores y trabajadoras por un lapso de tres (3) años contados a partir de su entrada en vigencia, prohibiendo los despidos, traslados o desmejoras sin causa justificada y con apego a los procedimientos establecidos en la legislación laboral. Enumera los trabajadores comprendidos y aquellos exceptuados. Prevé, en caso de incumplimiento, el derecho del trabajador o trabajadora a ejercer las acciones a que haya lugar para su reenganche, así como el pago de los salarios y demás beneficios dejados de percibir, cuando corresponda. Asimismo, establece las sanciones aplicables al patrono o patrona que despida, traslade o desmejore a un trabajador o trabajadora amparado por sus disposiciones.

  9. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Decreto núm. 8938 mediante el cual se dicta el Decreto con rango, valor y fuerza de Ley Orgánica del Trabajo, los Trabajadores y las Trabajadoras. - Diario Oficial

    Adoption: 2012-04-30 | Date of entry into force: 2012-05-07 | VEN-2012-L-90040

    Tiene por objeto proteger al trabajo como hecho social y garantizar los derechos de los trabajadores y de las trabajadoras creadores de la riqueza socialmente producida y sujetos protagónicos de los procesos de educación y trabajo para alcanzar los fines del Estado democrático y social de derecho y de justicia.
    Asimismo, regula las situaciones y relaciones jurídicas derivadas del proceso de producción de bienes y servicios, protegiendo el interés supremo del trabajo como proceso liberador, indispensable para materializar los derechos de la persona humana, de las familias y del conjunto de la sociedad, mediante la justa distribución de la riqueza, para la satisfacción de las necesidades materiales, intelectuales y espirituales del pueblo.
    Está organizado en torno a los siguientes Títulos:
    Título I: Normas y Principios constitucionales
    Título II: De la relación de trabajo
    Título III: De la justa distribución
    Título IV: Modalidades especiales de condiciones de trabajo
    Título V: De la formación colectiva, integral, continua y permanente de los trabajadores y trabajadoras
    Título VI: De la protección integral de la familia
    Título VII: Del derecho a la participación protagónica de los trabajadores, las trabajadoras y sus organizaciones sociales
    Título VIII: De las instituciones necesarias para la protección y garantías de derecho
    Título IX: De las sanciones
    Título X: Disposiciones transitorias, derogatorias y final

  10. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decreto núm. 4447 por el que se dicta el Reglamento de la Ley orgánica del Trabajo. - Decreto

    Adoption: 2006-04-25 | VEN-2006-R-74388

    Rige la situaciones y relaciones jurídicas derivadas del trabajo como hecho social, en los términos consagrados en la Ley Orgánica del Trabajo.
    Posee la siguiente estructura:
    Título I: Disposiciones Fundamentales; Título II: De la Relación Individual de Trabajo; Título III: De la Libertad Sindical; Título IV: De la Administración del Trabajo; Título V: Disposiciones Finales.

  11. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Ley Orgánica Procesal del Trabajo. - Ley

    Adoption: 2002-08-13 | VEN-2002-L-64100

    Garantiza la protección de los trabajadores en los términos previstos en la Constitución de la República y las leyes, así como el funcionamiento, para trabajadores y empleadores, de una jurisdicción laboral autónoma, imparcial y especializada. Contempla, entre otros aspectos, los Tribunales del Trabajo, la inhibición y la recusación, las partes, los lapsos y días hábiles, las pruebas, los procedimientos ante los tribunales del trabajo, la estabilidad en el trabajo y la vigencia y régimen procesal transitorio.

  12. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decreto núm. 1563 por el que se dicta el reglamento de la ley del trabajo

    Adoption: 1973-12-31 | VEN-1973-R-16152

  13. Viet Nam - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree No. 05/2015/ND-CP detailing and guiding a number of provisions of the Labour Code. - Legislation online

    Adoption: 2015-01-12 | VNM-2015-R-99190

    This Decree provides rights and responsibilities of employers, employees, organizations representing labour collectives and related agencies, organizations and individuals in the implementation of a number of the Labour Code's provisions on employment contracts, collective bargaining, collective labour agreements, wages, labour discipline, material responsibility and resolution of labour disputes.

  14. Viet Nam - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Code (10/2012/QH13). (Bô luât Lao Dông) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2012-06-18 | Date of entry into force: 2013-05-01 | VNM-2012-L-91650

    CHAPTER I - GENERAL PROVISIONS (articles 1-8)
    CHAPTER II - EMPLOYMENT (articles 9-14)
    CHAPTER III - LABOUR CONTRACTS
    Section 1. Entry into Labour Contracts (articles 15-29)
    Section 2. Performance of Labour Contracts (articles 30-34)
    Section 3. Modification, Supplementation and Termination of Labour Contracts (articles 35-49)
    Section 4. Invalid Labour Contracts (articles 50-52)
    Section 5. Labour Lease (articles 53-58)
    CHAPTER IV - APPRENTICESHIP, TRAINING AND RETRAINING FOR VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATION AND SKILL IMPROVEMENT (articles 59-62)
    CHAPTER V - DIALOGUE AT WORKPLACE, COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, COLLECTIVE LABOUR AGREEMENTS
    Section 1. Dialogue at Workplace (articles 63-65)
    Section 2. Collective Bargaining (articles 66-72)
    Section 3. Collective Labour Agreement (articles 73-82)
    Section 4. Enterprise-Level Collective Labour Agreement (articles 83-86)
    Section 5. Sectoral-Level Collective Labour Agreements (articles 87-89)
    CHAPTER VI - WAGES (articles 90-103)
    CHAPTER VII - WORKING TIME AND REST TIME
    Section 1. Working Time (articles 104-107)
    Section 2. Rest Time (articles 108-114)
    Section 3. Public Holidays, Personal Leave and Unpaid Leave (articles 115-116)
    Section 4. Working Time and Rest Time For People Doing Special Jobs (article 117)
    CHAPTER VIII - LABOUR DISCIPLINE AND MATERIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
    Section 1. Labour Discipline (articles 118-129)
    Section 2 - Material Responsibilities (articles 130-132)
    CHAPTER IX - OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
    Section 1. General Provisions on Occupational Safety and Health (articles 133-138)
    Section 2. Occupational Accidents and Occupational Diseases (articles 139-146)
    Section 3. Prevention of Occupational Accidents and Occupational Diseases (articles 147-152)
    CHAPTER X - SEPARATE PROVISIONS FOR FEMALE EMPLOYEES (articles 153-160)
    CHAPTER XI - SEPARATE PROVISIONS FOR CHILD LABOUR AND OTHER TYPES OF EMPLOYEES
    Section 1. Child Labour (articles 161-164)
    Section 2. Older Workers (articles 166-167)
    Section 3. Vietnamese Employees Working Abroad, Employees of Foreign Organizations and Individuals in Vietnam, Foreign Employees Working in Vietnam (articles 168-175)
    Section 4. Workers with Disabilities (articles 176-178)
    Section 5. Domestic Workers (articles 179-183)
    Section 6. Other Types of Employees (articles 184-185)
    CHAPTER XII - SOCIAL INSURANCE (articles 186-187)
    CHAPTER XIII - TRADE UNIONS (articles 188-193)
    CHAPTER XIV - SETTLEMENT OF LABOUR DISPUTES
    Section 1. General Provisions on Settlement of Labour Disputes (articles 194-199)
    Section 2. Competence and Process for Settlement of Labour Disputes (articles 200-202)
    Section 3. Competence and Process for Settlement of Collective Labour Disputes (articles 203-208)
    Section 4. Strikes and Strikes Settlement (articles 209-222)
    Section 5. Courts to Consider the Legitimacy of a Strike (articles 223-234)
    CHAPTER XV - STATE MANAGEMENT OF LABOUR (articles 235-236)
    CHAPTER XVI - LABOUR INSPECTION, HANDLING OF VIOLATIONS OF LABOUR LAW (articles 237-239)
    CHAPTER XVII - IMPLEMENTATION PROVISIONS (articles 240-242)

  15. Viet Nam - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree No. 47/2010/ND-CP of May 06, 2010, on administrative sanctioning of violations of the Labour Law. - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2010-05-06 | VNM-2010-R-84249

    Provides administrative violations, sanctioning forms and levels, remedies, and competence and procedures for administratively sanctioning violations of the Labor Law.

  16. Viet Nam - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree No. 113/2004/ND-CP of April 16, 2004 prescribing Administrative Sanctions Against Acts of Violating Labour Legislation. - Bureau for Safe Work

    Adoption: 2004-04-16 | VNM-2004-R-78275

    Stipulates administrative penalties for Vietnamese organizations and individuals, who violate labour laws but are not criminal and shall be penalized in accordance with laws within the territory, economically privileged zones and the continental shelf of Vietnam.

  17. Viet Nam - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Law on Amendments of and Additions to a Number of Articles of the Labour Code (Law 35-2002-QH10).

    Adoption: 2003-01-01 | VNM-2003-L-70836

  18. Viet Nam - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Official Letter on implementation of a number of provisions of labour laws (No. 658-LDTBXH-CV).

    Adoption: 1996-07-12 | VNM-1996-M-48356

    Sets forth requirements to ensure the strict implementation of provisions of the Labour Code. Inter alia, requires employers to submit employment requests to the Hanoi Department of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs, and to recruit through employment services; to enter into a labour contract with an employee where no contract presently exists; to establish and register a wage scale; to issue labour books and formulate internal labour rules; to establish labour conciliation councils; and to file periodic reports on matters related to occupational safety, wages, and dismissals.

  19. Viet Nam - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Code of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam. - Unofficial English translation (consolidated up to April 2002) Act on-line (unofficial English translation) French translation (as amended up to 2002)

    Adoption: 1994-06-23 | VNM-1994-L-38229

    Comprised of 17 Chapters and 198 provisions. Grants all persons the right to work in an occupation of their choice, and to improve their skills without discrimination on the basis of sex, social class, beliefs or religion. Prohibits all forms of forced labour, and provides for the right to strike in accordance with the law. Covers a broad range of labour matters including trade apprenticeship and training; the form and content of employment contracts and collective agreements; conditions of employment; social security and occupational health and safety. Specific provisions apply to women, young workers and disabled persons. Special terms are established for foreign organizations or individuals operating in Vietnam, foreigners working in Vietnam, and Vietnamese citizens working overseas. Requires that "the trade unions of the province" establish provisional trade union organizations at all enterprises currently operating without a trade union organization. Activities of such provisional trade union organizations shall be determined by the Government in conjunction with the Trade Union Federation of Vietnam. Sets out procedures for the resolution of individual and collective labour disputes.

  20. Yemen - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Law No. 11 of 2001.

    Adoption: 2001-10-28 | Date of entry into force: 2003-10-28 | YEM-2001-L-64695

    Amends article 16 of Presidential Decree No. 5 of 1995 (the Labour Code). The amended article now provides for the possibility of establishing private employment agencies.

  21. Yemen - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Law No. 25 of 1997 amending certain provisions of the Presidential Order to promulgate the Labour Code No. 5 of 1995.

    Adoption: 1997-04-06 | Date of entry into force: 1997-04-06 | YEM-1997-L-50059

    Makes numerous amendments to provisions of the Labour Code (No. 5 of 1995) regarding the drawing up of collective agreements, termination of contracts, the determination of wages, disciplinary measures against workers, and penalties. Removes from s. 33 a provision for legal proceedings by trade unions for breaches of collective agreements. Requires employers to remove from an employee's file any disciplinary sanction if the worker's conduct improves (s. 95). Repeals s. 48 (hours of work of young persons) and s. 155 (penalties).

  22. Yemen - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Code (Act No. 5 of 1995).

    Adoption: 1995-03-09 | Date of entry into force: 1995-03-09 | YEM-1995-L-44043

    Chapter I sets forth general provisions. The Code shall apply to all workers except public servants, foreigners, casual workers, and domestic servants. Work is the natural right and duty of every citizen on the basis of equal conditions and opportunities without discrimination on the grounds of sex, age, race, colour, beliefs or language (Art. 5). Art. 11 establishes a Labour Council with the function of drafting labour law and policies and administering vocational training. Employers shall engage disabled persons up to a proportion of 5 per cent of their workforce (Art. 15). Non-Yemenis shall constitute no more than 10 per cent of any employer's workforce. Chapter II regulates contracts of employment, including collective agreements. Collective agreements which "damage the economic interests of the country" shall be invalid (Art. 32). Chapter IV covers employment of women and young persons. Women shall be equal with men in relation to conditions of employment and employment rights (Art. 42). Chapter V covers wages and allowances, including minimum wage and overtime; Chapter VI concerns hours of work. Chapter VII relates to work discipline and penalties; Chapter VIII to vocational training, including apprenticeships; Chapter IX to occupational safety and health; Chapter X to health insurance; and Chapter XI to labour inspection. Chapter XII covers labour disputes and strikes. Labour disputes which cannot be settled amicably must be submitted to an Arbitration Committee for resolution. Should arbitration fail, workers may proceed to a strike under specified conditions. Inter alia, individual workers must announce their intention to participate in a strike by wearing a red arm-band for three consecutive days before the commencement of the strike (Art. 146). Chapter XIII covers workers' and employers' organizations, and provides freedom of association.

    Repeals Labour Law No. 14 of 1978.

  23. Yemen - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Law No. 14 of 1978.

    Adoption: 1978-04-30 | YEM-1978-L-5124

    Provides in s. 5 that work is a right and an obligation, without any discrimination because of sex, age, race, colour, faith or language. Chap. II of Part II governs registration of work seekers and employment; no minors may be employed unless they have completed schooling (s. 19). Part IV sets standards for contracts of employment, and Part V details the system of work, rewards and penalties. Working hours and rest periods are covered by Part VI, and wages and allowances by Part VII. Part IX governs occupational health and safety, Part X social security and Part XI labour inspection. Procedures for the settlement of labour disputes are contained in Part XII, and Part XIII governs trade unions and their activities. Workers have the right to form their own organisations (s. 93); the functions of trade unions are set forth in ss. 94 and 95. Penalities for infringements of the law are contained in Part XIV.

  24. 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.

  25. Zambia - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Employment Regulations (SI 370 of 1966). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1966 | ZMB-1966-R-107972

  26. Zimbabwe - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Amendment Act, 2015 (No.5 0f 2015). - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-08 | ZWE-2015-L-101341

    The Act, inter alia, amends section 12 of the Act concerning termination of employment in order to protect workers from dismissal without benefits following a Supreme Court ruling on employment terminations in July 2015 allowing companies to terminate their employees' contracts of employment on three months notice without benefits.

  27. Zimbabwe - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 7 of 2005). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2005 | ZWE-2005-L-72878

    Amends sections 2, 2A, 3, 11, 12, 12B, 12C, 13, 18, 23, 25, 29, 30, 40, 45, 48, 51, 63, 74, 76, 79, 81, 86, 89, 92A, 93, 98, 106, and 107 of the principal Act and repeals sections 22 and 97. It also substitutes new text into sections 19 and 83 and inserts new sections 82B (administration of Part XI), 90A (procedure and evidence in the Labour Court), and 92D (appeals to the Labour Court no provided for elsewhere in this Act). The Act also repeals section 56 of the Export Processing Zones Act [Chapter 14:07].

  28. Zimbabwe - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Relations Amendment Act, 2002 (No. 17 of 2002).

    Adoption: 2002 | Date of entry into force: 2003-03-07 | ZWE-2002-L-63380

    Makes miscellaneous amendments to Labour Relations Act and Public Service Act. The Labour Relations Act is now to be cited as the Labour Act [Chapter 28:01]. Inter alia provides for extension of purpose of Labour Relations Act to include advancement of social justice and democracy in the workplace. Also makes provision for prohibition of forced labour; prohibition of sex discrimination; employment of young persons; duration, particulars and termination of employment contract; remuneration and deductions from remuneration; dismissal; retrenchment; sick leave and other types of leave; work councils; and Labour Court.

  29. Zimbabwe - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Relations Amendment Act, 2000 (H.B. 24 of 2000).

    Adoption: 2001-02-01 | ZWE-2001-L-58735

    Amends Labour Relations Act and Public Service Act on the basis of recommendations of the ILO. Makes provision for prohibition of forced labour and sexual harassment; employment of young persons; maternity leave; composition, procedure and functions of work councils; registration and certification of trade unions; settlement of labour disputes; collective bargaining agreements; as well as several matters concerning the Labour Court.

  30. Zimbabwe - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Relations Amendment Act, 1992 (No. 12 of 1992)

    Adoption: 1992 | ZWE-1992-L-31526

    Amendments in respect of definitions, maternity leave, minimum wage, works councils, workers committees, right to union or association dues, dissolution of employment boards, publication of collective bargaining agreements, functions and powers of and appeals to the Tribunal, employment codes of conduct, employers' records, investigative powers of labour relations officers, and general offences and penalties.

  31. Zimbabwe - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Labour Act [Chapter 28:01]. (Labour Relations Act, 1984 (Act 16 of 1985)) - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1984 | ZWE-1984-L-1850

    Part I. Preliminary: short title, interpretation, purpose, application)
    Part II. Fundamental rights of employees: union membership, prohibition of forced labour, protection against discrimination, etc.9
    Part III. Unfair labour practices
    Part IV. General conditions of employment: employment of young persons, duration and termination of contracts, remuneration, dismissal, retrenchment, benefits upon termination, sick leave, vacation leave, special leave, weekly rest, benefits in case of death of the employer, right of retention of employment in case of transfer of a business, maternity leave)
    Part V. Advisory councils and wage and salary control: advisory councils, minimum wages, etc.)
    Part VI. Workers committees: formation and functions
    Part VII. Trade unions, employers organizations and federations of trade unions and employers organizations
    Part VIII. Employment councils
    Part IX. Repealed
    Part X. Collective bargaining agreements negotiated by trade unions and employers organizations
    Part XI. Labour court
    Part XII. Determination of disputes and unfair labour practices
    Part XIII. Collective job action
    Part XIV. Employment agencies
    Part XV. General

    The Act repeals the Industrial Conciliation Act (Ch. 267), as published in the Legislative Series (LS 1964 - SR 1A, B, C), the Minimum Wages Act, 1980, and the Employment Act, 1980 which was also published in the Legislative Series (LS 1980 - Zim. 1). Consolidation available.

  32. Zimbabwe - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Employment Act 1980 (No. 13).

    Adoption: 1980 | ZWE-1980-L-11931

    Act to provide for the regulation of conditions of employment, for the registration of private employment bureaus and for the control of the recruiting of persons for employment within or beyond the borders of Zimbabwe; to repeal the African Juveniles Employment Act, the African Labour Regulation Act, the Foreign Migratory Labour Act and the Masters and Servants Act; to amend the Industrial Conciliation Act; and to provide for matters incidental to or connected with the foregoing. No. 13.

  33. - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Essential labour law in Kosovo (UNMIK/REG/2001/27). - UNMIK Regulation No. 2001/27

    Adoption: 2001-10-08 | Date of entry into force: 2001-10-08 | YUG-2001-R-60159

    Promulgated by the Special Representative of the UN Secretary General. Comprehensive labour legislation. Provides for prohibition of discrimination, minimum age, prohibition of forced labour, rights to organise and to collective bargaining, collective agreement, protection against acts of anti-union discrimination, protection against acts of interference, employment relationship, labour contract, termination of labour contract, termination of labour contract due to economic, technological or structural changes in an enterprise, equal pay for women and men, wages, minimum wage, working time, annual leave, official holidays, maternity leave, compassionate leave, unpaid leave, sick leave, employees' register, labour inspection, and penalties.

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