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What is Labour Law Legislation?

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Freedom of association and general protections; collective bargaining; collective agreements; Bargaining Council; Statutory Councils; strikes and lock-outs; workplace forums; trade unions and employers' organisations; regulation of federations of trade unions and employers' organisations; registrar of labour relations; dispute resolution; Commission For Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration; accreditation of and subsidy to Councils and private agencies; resolution of disputes under auspices of Commission; Labour Court; Labour Appeal Court; unfair dismissal; temporary employment services; contracts of employment may not disregard or waive collective agreements or arbitration awards; representation of employees or employers; confidentiality; service of documents;

Codes of good practice; collective agreement, arbitration award or wage determination to be kept by employer; records to be kept by employer; effect of certain defects and irregularities; application of Act when in conflict with other laws; Code of good practice: dismissal; fair reasons for dismissal; misconduct; fair procedure; disciplinary records; dismissals and industrial action; guidelines in cases of dismissal for misconduct; incapacity: poor work performance; incapacity; iII health or injury.

The regulation of working time; interpretation of day; ordinary hours of work; overtime; compressed working week; averaging of hours of work; determination of hours of work by Minister; meal intervals; daily and weekly rest period; pay for work on Sundays; night work; public holidays; annual leave; pay for annual leave; sick leave; proof of incapacity; application to occupational accidents or diseases; maternity leave; protection of employees before and after birth of a child;

Family responsibility leave; particulars of employment and remuneration; written particulars of employment; informing employees of their rights; keeping of records; payment of remuneration; information about remuneration; deductions and other acts concerning remuneration; calculation of remuneration and wages; termination of employment; notice of termination of employment; payment instead of notice; employees in employer-provided accommodation; payments on termination; severance pay; certificate of service; prohibition of employment of children and forced labour; prohibition of employment of children;

Employment of children of 15 or older; medical examinations; prohibitions; evidence of age; variation of Basic Conditions of Employment by agreement and Minister; Sectoral Determinations; Employment Conditions Commission; monitoring, enforcement and legal proceedings; labour inspectors; powers; compliance order; appeals; Labour Court; rights of employees; burden of proof; temporary employment services; deeming of persons as employees; duration of employment; Codes of good practice; representation of employees or employers; confidentiality; penalties; procedures for progressive reduction of maximum working hours; maximum permissible fees; transitional provisions;

The duties of employers and employee concerning health and safety at work; the advisory council for occupational health and safety; penalties for offences

Labour law Legislation

 

Labour law Legislation

 

Labour law Legislation

 

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