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  1. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Farmers' sickness Insurance (Amendment) Act (No. 6). Text No. 34.

    Adoption: 1972-12-16 | AUT-1972-L-16330

    A federal Act to amend the Farmers' Sickness Insurance Act [of 7 July 1965]. Numerous amendments.

  2. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Agricultural labour (Amendment) Act (No. 3), 1971. Text No. 333.

    Adoption: 1971-07-16 | AUT-1971-L-17125

    A federal Act further to amend the Agricultural Labour Act.

  3. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Agricultural Labour (Amendment) Act (No. 2), 1971. Text No. 318.

    Adoption: 1971-07-13 | AUT-1971-L-17123

    A federal Act further to amend the Agricultural Labour Act.

  4. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Agricultural labour (Amendment) Act (No. 1), 1971. Text No 239.

    Adoption: 1971-06-16 | AUT-1971-L-17117

    A federal Act to amend the Agriculture Labour Act.

  5. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Farmers' Pension Insurance (Amendment) Act (No. 1). Text No. 389.

    Adoption: 1970-12-01 | AUT-1970-L-17453

    A federal Act to amend the Farmers' Pension Insurance Act [No. 28 of 1970].

  6. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Agricultural Labour (Amendment) Act 1969. Text No. 463.

    Adoption: 1969-12-11 | AUT-1969-L-17988

    A federal Act further to amend the Agricultural Labour Act/5 [of 2 June 1948].

  7. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Farmers' Sickness Insurance (Amendment) Act (No. 3). Text No. 449.

    Adoption: 1969-11-27 | AUT-1969-L-17986

    A federal Act to amend the Farmers' Sickness Insurance Act [of 7 July 1965] Numerous amendments.

  8. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Farmers' Sickness Insurance (Amendment) Act (No. 2). Text No. 19.

    Adoption: 1968-12-10 | AUT-1968-L-18204

    A federal Act to amend the Farmers' Sickness Insurance Act [of 7 July 1965].

  9. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Supplementary Pension Insurance (Agriculture) (Amendment) Act (No. 11). Text No. 8.

    Adoption: 1967-12-15 | AUT-1967-L-18888

    A federal Act to amend the Supplementary Pension Insurance (Agriculture) Act (of 18 Dec. 1957).

  10. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Farmers' Sickness Insurance (Amendment) Act. Text No. 256.

    Adoption: 1967-06-28 | AUT-1967-L-18881

    A federal Act to amend the Farmers' Sickness Insurance Act (of 7 July 1965).

  11. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Agricultural Labour (Amendment) Act 1967. Text No. 265.

    Adoption: 1967-06-28 | AUT-1967-L-18883

    A federal Act further to amend the Agricultural Labour Act. Amends ss. 62 and 123.

  12. Austria - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Federal Act concerning employment contracts of employees in an agricultural or silvicultural business (Gutsangestelltengesetz (GAngG), BGBl. 1923/538). Text No. 66.

    Adoption: 1923-09-26 | AUT-1923-L-42833

    Contains comprehensive provisions relating to employment contracts for employees doing administrative or commercial work in an agricultural or silvicultural business. The text does not apply in cases where the government or a union is the employer. Also sets forth provisions relating to employee protection. Inter alia, employees who are ill are entitled to 6 weeks of paid leave; 8 weeks if their disability to work is a result of an occupational accident or illness. Sick leave benefits increase with length of an employee's service. Also outlines acceptable reasons for dismissal, and provides for severance pay if an employment contract is cancelled by the employer for whom an employee has worked for more than 3 years. Consolidated text.

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