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  1. Sierra Leone - Politique et promotion de l'emploi, services de l'emploi - Loi

    Persons With Disability Act, 2011 [No. 3 of 2011]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2011-05-05 | SLE-2011-L-92352

    Part I - Preliminary
    Part II - Establishment of the National Commission for Persons with Disability
    Part III - Staff of Commission
    Part IV - Financial Provisions
    Part V - Rights and Privileges of Persons with Disability
    Part VI - Establishment of National Development Fund for Persons with Disability
    Part VII - Relief and Incentives
    Part VIII - Offences and Penalties
    Part IX - Miscellaneous

  2. Sierra Leone - Politique et promotion de l'emploi, services de l'emploi - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    The Employment Exchange Rules, 1990.

    Adoption: 1990-06-08 | SLE-1990-R-21852

    Rules made under the Employers and Employment Act (Cap. 212), to establish the procedure for notification of vacancies to the Employment Exchange and related reporting requirements imposed on employers.

  3. Sierra Leone - Politique et promotion de l'emploi, services de l'emploi - Loi

    Recruiting of Workers Ordinance (Chapter 216) [consolidated to 1960]

    Adoption: 1960 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1941-12-04 | SLE-1960-L-28614

    An ordinance to control the recruiting of workers. States that persons wishing to recruit workers must obtain a licence issued at the discretion of the licensing officer. Licences are issued for a period not exceeding one year, and may be renewed. All recruited workers to be brought befor a magistrate and to be medically examined.


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