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  1. Sri Lanka - Conditions of work - Law, Act

    Factories (Amendment) Act (No. 19 of 2002).

    Adoption: 2002-10-04 | LKA-2002-L-65821

    Amends section 68 of Factories Ordinance. Establishes that overtime worked by woman shall not exceed sixty hours per calendar month. Overtime worked by young person between the age of sixteen and eighteen shall not exceed fifty hours per month.

  2. Sri Lanka - Conditions of work - Law, Act

    Factories (Amendment) Act (No. 32 of 1984).

    Adoption: 1984-08-03 | LKA-1984-L-50772

    Amendments regarding hours of work for young workers and night work of women.

  3. Sri Lanka - Conditions of work - Law, Act

    Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children (Amendment) Act (No. 32 of 1984).

    Adoption: 1984-08-03 | LKA-1984-L-50774

    Amends the Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Act (No. 47 of 1956) so as to permit womens' night work with certain restrictions.

  4. Sri Lanka - Conditions of work - Law, Act

    Privilege Leave (Private Sector) Law (No. 14 of 1976) (Chapter 156).

    Adoption: 1976-05-28 | LKA-1976-L-50759

    Provides for paid leave for employees who have been elected as members of local authorities. As amended through 1980.

  5. Sri Lanka - Conditions of work - Law, Act

    Employee's Holidays Act (No. 6 of 1959) (Chapter 155).

    Adoption: 1959-10-01 | LKA-1959-L-50758

    Provides for paid leave. As amended through 1980.

  6. Sri Lanka - Conditions of work - Law, Act

    Shop and Office Employees (Regulation of Employment and Remuneration) Act (No. 19 of 1954)(Cap. 129). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1954-08-09 | LKA-1954-L-50743

    Sets forth conditions of employment for office and shop employees. Regulates hours of work, paid leave, rest periods, meals, lighting, and ventilation. No person under the age of 14 may be employed in a shop or office (s. 10). Part IA provides for maternity benefit, Parts II and III regulate remuneration, and Part IV covers closing orders and hours of operation for shops. Consolidated text.

  7. Sri Lanka - Conditions of work - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Shop and Office Employees (Regulation of Employment and Remuneration) Regulations, 1954 . - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1954 | LKA-1954-R-67570

    Part I: Regulation of Employment (sections 2 to 17)
    Part II: Payment of Remuneration (sections 18 to 21)
    Part III: Determination with Consent and Determination by Tribunals(sections 22 to 36)
    Part IV: Provisions relating to Certain Classes of Shops and Offices and Persons employed there (sections 37 to 39)
    Part V: General (sections 40 to 55)

    Repeals the Shop Regulations 1939 (published in Gazette Extraordinary No. 8, 521 of 5 October 1939).


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