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  1. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Law, Act

    Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Amendment) Act, 2001. - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2001-04-09 | BRB-2001-L-80809

    Section 2 of the Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act is amended by deleting the definitions of "child" and "young person" and substituting the following:
    "'child' means a person who has not attained the age of 16 years.; 'young person' means a person who has attained the age of 16 years but who has not attained the age of 18 years."

  2. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Law, Act

    Employment Levy (Amendment) Act. No. 3.

    Adoption: 1993-03-08 | BRB-1993-L-33293

    Provides for a definition of "public employee".

  3. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    The Civil Establishment (General) Order 1987. No. 52.

    Adoption: 1987-01-30 | BRB-1987-R-3350

    Sets forth a system for determining remuneration levels, inter alia, with details in Schedules attached. Revokes the Civil Establishment (General) Order 1982.

  4. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Law, Act

    Labour Clauses (Public Contracts) (Amendment) Act, 1975 (No. 28).

    Adoption: 1975-08-21 | BRB-1975-L-59365

    Amends Labour Clauses (Public Contracts) Act, 1952 by providing that every contractor shall keep displayed in a conspicuous place in his establishment and work places for the information of the workers a notice containing the conditions of their work. Also makes provision for failure to comply with this requirement.

  5. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Law, Act

    Wages Council (Amendment) Act. 1972

    Adoption: 1972-02-15 | Date of entry into force: 1972-02-28 | BRB-1972-L-51902

    Amends the Wages Council Act, 1955 Section 2 by insering the definition "'Chief Labour Officer' includes any person authorised in writing by the Chief Labour Officer to act on his behalf."

  6. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Law, Act

    Wages Council (Amendment) Act. No. 61

    Adoption: 1969-12-13 | BRB-1969-L-17761

    An Act to amend the Wages Council Act 1955.

  7. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    The Wages Council (Notices) (No. 2) Regulations, 1959 (L.N. 147)

    Adoption: 1959-08-14 | BRB-1959-R-51912

    Provides for regulations on the publication of notices of wages council meetings. Revokes the Wages Council (Notices) Regulations, 1959. Made under the Wages Council Act, 1955.

  8. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Wages Council (Conditions of Office) Regulations, 1959 (L.N. 30)

    Adoption: 1959-02-25 | BRB-1959-R-51908

    Makes explicit the conditions under which a person appointed as a member of a wages council may hold office. Establishes the conditions and procedures under which a member of a wages council may be removed from office. Sets the procedures for a member of a wages council wishing to resign. Made under the Wages Council Act, 1955.

  9. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    The Wages Council (Commission of Enquiry) (Meetings and Procedure) Regulations, 1959 (L.N. 31)

    Adoption: 1959-02-25 | BRB-1959-R-51909

    Sets procedures regarding meetings of commissions of inquiry. Establishes regulations concerning inter alia quorum, voting and notices of meetings. Made under the Wages Council Act, 1955.

  10. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    The Wages Council (Notices) Regulations, 1959 (L.N. 32)

    Adoption: 1959-02-25 | BRB-1959-R-51910

    Legislates that all notices of a commission of inquiry shall be published in the Official Gazette. Made under the Wages Council Act, 1955.

  11. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    The Wages Council (Meetings and Procedure) Regulations, 1959 (L.N. 33)

    Adoption: 1959-02-25 | BRB-1959-R-51911

    Sets regulations on the procedures of wages council meetings including regulations on quorum, voting and notices of meetings. Made udner the Wages Council Act, 1955.

  12. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Law, Act

    Wages Council Act (Ch. 362) - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1955-10-14 | Date of entry into force: 1955-10-14 | BRB-1955-L-51904

    Provides for the establishment of Wages Councils. Furnishes the Minister responsible for Labour with the power to establish wages councils. Makes explicit the procedures on the applications for wages council orders, references to a commission of enquiry, the making of a wages council order, and the variation and revocation of a wages council order. Establishes regulations on the constitution, officers and proceedings of wages councils and of commissions of enquiry. Makes explicit procedures on the effect and enforcement of wages regulation orders as well as the computation of remuneration. Makes it an offence to give false information or to disclose information given before a wages council and sets the penalties for such offences. Includes miscellaneous regulations and regulations on expenses.

  13. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Law, Act

    The Protection of Wages Act (Cap. 351) (L.R.O. 1978). - Acts on-line

    Adoption: 1951-11-12 | BRB-1951-L-73375

    Provides for the protection of workers wages including the way in which they are to be paid, workers' right to recover wages, deductions and fines and remuneration other than wages. It also provides for penalties in case of violation of the Act.

  14. Barbados - Conditions of employment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Recruiting of Workers (Amendment) Regulations, 1949 (M.P. 1524/S.1).

    Adoption: 1949-09-22 | BRB-1949-R-59369

    Makes some minor amendments to recruiting of Workers Regulations, 1941 and 1942 .


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