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  1. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Notification of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairsconcerning derogations of collective agreements. No. 18.

    Adoption: 1991-01-17 | Date of entry into force: 1991-01-01 | CSK-1991-M-31180

    Provides that holidays can be in derogation of collective agreements when they are agreed to for the performance of specific functions. In a schedule, cases are set out where holidays will or will not be paid for. (Text No. 18)

  2. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordonnance of the Czechoslovak Federal Republic amending and consolidating the Ordonnance of the Government of the Czechoslovakian Socialist Republic No. 223/1988 applying the Labour Code. No. 13.

    Adoption: 1990-12-20 | Date of entry into force: 1991-01-01 | CSK-1990-R-31176

    Amends and consolidates Ordonnance No. 223/1988 [S.L. 1975-Tch. 2], by providing for an annex entitled "Impediments of particular importance for which work absences are permitted".

  3. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation on flexible working time (No. 196/1989).

    Adoption: 1989-12-20 | Date of entry into force: 1990-01-01 | CSK-1989-R-59889

    Makes provision for flexible working time. Section 2 regulates determination of beginning and end of working day. Section 3 sets forth different forms of flexible working time: flexible working day, flexible working week, and flexible four-weeks period. Section 5 deals with overtime, Section 6 with wages, and Section 7 with work breaks.

  4. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Government of the Slovak Socialist Republic respecting the exceptional reduction of the uninterrupted weekly rest period in certain cases.

    Adoption: 1985-03-29 | CSK-1985-R-1731

    Reduction of the normal rest period of 32 hours to 24 hours in certain cases where operating requirements make the reduction unavoidable. Repeals Ordinance No. 139 of 1976 on the same subject.

  5. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Law, Act

    Ordinance of the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic to supplement section 11 of Ordinance No. 54 of 1975 of the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic to apply the Labour Code [LS 1975 - Cz. 2 (consolidation)].

    Adoption: 1985-03-27 | CSK-1985-L-1728

    Weekly hours of work.

  6. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic respecting special supplementary leave for certain workers employed by organisations in the building industry.

    Adoption: 1985-03-27 | CSK-1985-R-1729

    Workers employed in particularly difficult conditions and away from their families.

  7. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Government of the Czech Socialist Republic respecting the exceptional reduction of the uninterrupted weekly rest period in certain cases.

    Adoption: 1985-03-27 | CSK-1985-R-1730

    Reduction of the normal rest period of 32 hours to 24 hours in certain cases where operating requirements make the reduction unavoidable. Repeals Ordinance No. 159 of 1976 on the same subject.

  8. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Law, Act

    Act to increase the basic amount of vacation leave and to supplement section 5 of the Labour Code [LS 1975 - Cz. 2 (consolidation)].

    Adoption: 1984-11-13 | CSK-1984-L-925

    S. 101 (1) of the Code is amended to read: "The basic amount of leave shall be three calendar weeks in each calendar year". A similar amendment is made to s. 54 (1) of the Act respecting agricultural co-operatives (Text 122 of 1975).

  9. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic respecting special supplementary leave for workers employed underground in deep coal and lignite mines.

    Adoption: 1982-06-24 | CSK-1982-R-10375

  10. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Government of the Czech Socialist Republic respecting the exceptional reduction of the uninterrupted weekly rest period.

    Adoption: 1976-12-15 | CSK-1976-R-13912

    Reductions in certain cases covered by s. 92 (3) of the Labour Code (LS 1975-Cz.2 (consolidation)).

  11. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Oordinance of the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic respecting the exceptionnal reduction of the uninterrupted weekly rest period.

    Adoption: 1976-12-01 | CSK-1976-M-13911

    Reductions in certain cases covered by s. 92 (3) of the Labour Code (LS 1975-Cz.2 (consolidation)).

  12. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Notification of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs respecting the grant of vacation leave to certain workers in connection with their residence abroad.

    Adoption: 1976-04-20 | CSK-1976-M-13907

    Members of the crew of Czechoslovak seagoing vessels and other persons employed abroad.

  13. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decision No. 224 of the Government of the Slovak Socialist republic, to provide for the exceptional reduction of the continuous weekly rest.

    Adoption: 1975-07-09 | CSK-1975-R-14308

    Reduction, if necessary, to a minimum of 24 hours in seasonal and transport work.

  14. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decision No. 137 of the Government of the Czech Socialist republic, to provide for the exceptional reduction of the continuous weekly rest.

    Adoption: 1975-06-18 | CSK-1975-R-14305

    Reduction, if necessary, to a minimum of 24 hours in seasonal and transport work.

  15. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Law, Act

    An Act to amend the Act [of 2 Nov. 1951: LS 1951 - Cz. 4] respecting the national festival, public holidays, days of remembrance and days of national significance.

    Adoption: 1975-06-11 | CSK-1975-L-14293

    Amends ss. 2 and 3.

  16. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic to apply the Labour Code [of 16 June 1965: LS 1975 - Cz. 2 (consolidation)].

    Adoption: 1975-04-23 | CSK-1975-R-14291

    Detailed provisions, inter alia, as to employment relationships, labour discipline, hours of work and rest, leave, wages, safety and health, liability for damages, and powers of works committees.

  17. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Notification of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs respecting higher rates of pay for work on Saturdays and Sundays.

    Adoption: 1968-12-28 | CSK-1968-M-18394

  18. Czechoslovakia (former) - Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Notification of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs to lay down rules for the reduction of weekly hours of work and for the introduction of operating and working schedules based on a five-day week.

    Adoption: 1968-05-15 | CSK-1968-R-18336


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