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Original name: Is Kanunu ile Turkiye is kurumu kanununda degisiklik yapilmasina dair kanun.
Name: Act No. 6715 dated 6 May 2016 amending Labour Law and Turkish Turkish Employment Agency Law.
Country: Türkiye
Subject(s): Labour codes, general labour and employment acts
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2016-05-06
Entry into force:
Published on: Resmi Gazete, 2016-05-20, No. 29717
ISN: TUR-2016-L-103260
Bibliography: Resmi Gazete, 2016-05-20, No. 29717
Gazette in Turkish Gazette in Turkish Resmi Gazete PDF of Act in Turkish PDF of Act in Turkish (consulted on 2016-12-28)
Abstract/Citation: It amends Labour Law No. 4857 dated 22 May 2003 as follow:
Article 7 (Temporary work relationship; special employment agency); rename the title of article 14 by "On-call and remote working" and adds a new para ("employment relationship established in writing between the employer and the employee based on rendering services within the scope of the work organisation established by the employer from outside of the workplace".); adds a new sentence to para 2 of article 63 (working time in the tourism sector; collective bargaining agreements); amends article 99 (fines in case of infringement of the Law); adds a temporary article 7 (exceptions for agreements concluded prior to the amendments to the Law).

It amends Turkish Turkish Employment Agency Law No. 4904 dated 25 June 2003 as follow :
It adds a definition to para 1 of article 2 (Private employment agency); amends article 17 (Establishment of private employment agencies, scope of activity, granting and supervising the authority to establish temporary business relations); amends article 18 (Authorisation to establish a private employment agency and the cancellation of the authority to establish temporary business relations); amends article 19 ("Rights and obligations of private employment agencies); amends article 20 (Administrative fines for activities conducted without authorisations).
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