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Name: Labour Practices Law (Title 18 and 18A).
Country: Liberia
Subject(s): Labour codes, general labour and employment acts
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1956
Entry into force:
ISN: LBR-1956-L-70656
Bibliography: Labour Law, As enacted by the National Legislature, Reproduced by the Ministry of Labour, Liberia (date unclear, sometime after 1986), pp. 1-150 PDF 7.8MB (large file) PDF 7.8MB (large file)
Abstract/Citation: TITLE 18
Chapter 1. - Recruitment of Labour
Chapter 2. - Conditions of Employment
Chapter 3. - Administration
Chapter 9. - Repeals

TITLE 18A - LABOUR PRACTICES LAW
Part I ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT
Chapter 1. - Board of General Appeals (abolished)
Chapter 2. - System of inspection
Chapter 3. - Review of complaint of labour violation
Part II CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Chapter 6. - Minimum wages
Chapter 7. - Company stores
Chapter 8. - Maximum hours
Chapter 9. - Weekly rest and public holidays
Chapter 10. - Annual leave
Part III EMPLOYMENT IN GENERAL
Chapter 16. - Employment in general
Part IV GRIEVANCES
Chapter 21. Conciliation of grievances
Part V SOCIAL WELFARE
Chapter 26. - Retirement pensions
Chapter 27. - Schools for employees' children living in camps
Chapter 36. - Workmen's compensation
Chapter 37. - General exclusion
Part VI. LABOUR ORGANIZATIONS
Chapter 40. - Labour organizations; regulation of internal affairs
Chapter 41. - Liability of labour organizations
Chapter 42. - Mediation of labour disputes
Chapter 43. - Peaceful settlement of industrial disputes dangerous to national health, safety, security and economy
Chapter 44. - Unlawful picketing, strikes and boycotts (PRC Decree No. 12 of June 30 1980)
Chapter 45. - General
Chapter 46. - Definitions

Consolidated text received 2005, Liberian Code of Laws 1956.
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