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  1. Trinidad and Tobago - Employment security, termination of employment - Law, Act

    Voluntary Termination of Employment Act 1989 (Cap. 23:03). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1989-06-02 | TTO-1989-L-8155

    Provides for the early termination of service by certain persons employed in offices of a public nature, for the benefits to which those persons thereupon become entitled and for related purposes. The Second Schedule defines severance benefits, as determined by age and length of service.

  2. Trinidad and Tobago - Employment security, termination of employment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Voluntary Termination of Employment Regulations, 1989. Legal Notice No. 95.

    Adoption: 1989-06-02 | TTO-1989-R-8161

    Made under section 13 of the Voluntary Termination of Employment Act, 1989.

  3. Trinidad and Tobago - Employment security, termination of employment - Law, Act

    Retrenchment and Severance Benefits Act (Cap. 88:13). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1985-11-27 | TTO-1985-L-2182

    The Act prescribes the procedure to be followed by employers in the event of the redundancy of five or more workers, including consultations with the trade union and procedures for the settlement of disputes. It also provides for entitlement to redundancy compensation in the absence of collective bargaining provisions to that effect, or where such provisions prove to be insufficient. In certain matters it refers to the Industrial Relations Act, published in the Legislative Series (LS 1982 - Trin. 1). Entry into force 1986-01-02 (see Legal Notice No. 1, 1986-01-02, Trinidad and Tobago Gazette, Supplement, Part B, Vol. 25, No. 3).


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