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  1. Austria - Domestic workers - Law, Act

    Employment Contract Law Harmonization Act (AVRAG) BGBl. No. 459/1993. (Arbeitsvertragsrechts-Anpassungsgesetz)

    Adoption: 1993 | AUT-1993-L-42827

    Federal Act to conform regulations concerning employment contracts and to amend the Acts regarding employees and domestic servants to EU law. Makes various amendments to adapt national regulations to European Community legislation on this matter. Consolidated text.

  2. Austria - Domestic workers - Law, Act

    Federal Act to amend Federal Act Governing Domestic Help and Domestic Employees (DHEA) Text No. 471.

    Adoption: 1971-12-15 | AUT-1971-L-17129

    Amends art. II (1) of the amending Act No. 94 of 1969.

  3. Austria - Domestic workers - Law, Act

    Federal Act to amend Federal Act Governing Domestic Help and Domestic Employees (DHEA).

    Adoption: 1969-02-13 | AUT-1969-L-17976

    Inter alia, replaces s. 7 (young persons); in force until 31 Dec. 1971.

  4. Austria - Domestic workers - Law, Act

    Federal Act Governing Domestic Help and Domestic Employees (DHEA) (Hausgehilfen- und Hausangestelltengesetz (StF: BGBl. Nr. 235/1962)) - Law on-line in German and English

    Adoption: 1962-07-23 | AUT-1962-L-42844

    Sets out basic provisions regulating employment contracts and conditions of employment for domestic workers. Inter alia, wages shall be paid at the latest on the last day of the month. Sets forth hours of work and limits permissible overtime according to the age of the employee. S. 7 provides special protection for minor employees. Finally, the advance notice period for the termination of a contract is 14 days for both employer and employee. Employees who have worked for an employer for more than ten years without interruption are entitled to severance pay, which shall be based on the employee's most recent wage. Consolidated text.


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