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A boss shall be prohibited from terminating the employment of a female employee on the basis that she is pregnant. (...) A boss shall pay wages, overtime pay, holiday pay, holiday overtime pay and other monetary benefits arising from employment to an employee at the employee's place of work. (...) When a boss terminates the employment of an employee, the boss shall pay the wages, overtime pay, holiday pay and holiday overtime pay which the employee is entitled to receive to the employee within three days from the date of termination of employment.
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Score: 847641.9 - www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/...BTEXT/49727/65119/E98THA01.htm
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GENERAL PROVISIONS CHAPTER 38. LIABILITY OF AN EMPLOYER TO AN EMPLOYEE CHAPTER 39. LIABILITY OF EMPLOYEE PART FOUR SECTION XII. (...) SPECIAL PROCEDURES FOR EMPLOYEES WORKING FOR INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYERS CHAPTER 49. (...) Parties to labor relations The parties to labor relations shall be the employee and the employer. The employee shall be an individual entering labor relations with the employer.
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Score: 845353.1 - www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/...BTEXT/60535/65252/E01RUS01.htm
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Article 14 Employment shall commence with the conclusion of an employment agreement between an employer and an employee. (...) The employer shall give to the employee a certified copy of the employment agreement. (...) Employment Booklet Article 18 Employees commencing employment shall be provided with an employment booklet.
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Score: 843781.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/mkd_e/WTACCMKD6_LEG_4.pdf
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Concepts and definitions Employment Data on employment refer to employees , i.e. all wage and salary earners who received pay for any part of the reference period. (...) Selected employers with fewer than 10 employees are required to complete separate details for every employee. Employers with 10 or more employees are required to select a random sample of their employees in accordance with instructions supplied by the ABS and to provide details for those employees.
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Score: 841386.8 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM2/E/AU1.html
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Concepts and definitions Employment Employees are all persons performing some work for remuneration in the public or private sector. (...) Since 1992, persons on maternity leave are also excluded from employment data. Earnings Data are collected on gross cash earnings of employees under labour or civil contracts. (...) In the private sector, enterprises with at least one employee are stratified by economic activity and employment size, and a 15% sample (i.e. 9,000 enterprises out of a total of 60,000 enterprises with at least one employee) is drawn as follows: 6% of enterprises with one to ten employees, 30% of enterprises with 11 to 20 employees, 40% of enterprises with 21 to 50 employees, all enterprises with 51 and more employees.
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Score: 841012.6 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM2/E/BG2.html
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Offence PART VI - HOURS OF WORK AND CONTINUITY OF EMPLOYMENT 36. Interpretation 37. Maximum weekly working hours for employees 38. (...) Offence 67. Termination of employment on account of pregnancy 68. Employer to keep record of female employees 69. (...) No work during leave. No employer shall during an employee's leave referred to in section 56 require that employee to perform any work as his employee, except with the agreement of the employee. 58.
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Score: 839675.6 - http://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/docs/WEBTEXT/53925/65176/
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When contract is deemed to be broken by employer and employee. 16. Employees on estates to be provided with minimum number of days' work in each month. 17. (...) Prohibition on termination of local for foreign employee. 60N. Termination of employment by reason of redundancy. 60O. (...) Appeal against Director General's order to High Court. 78. Employee's remedy when employer about to abscond. 79.
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Score: 838509.4 - www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/...BTEXT/48055/66265/E55mys01.htm
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Source Reports of occupational injuries submitted by employers to the Labour Department under the Employees' Compensation Ordinance. (...) Concepts and definitions (Source: Employees' Compensation Ordinance). Occupational accident: accident to an employee arising out of and in the course of employment. Occupational injury: personal injury caused to an employee by an accident arising out of and in the course of the employment.
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Score: 837685.9 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/HK.html
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Establishments Establishments with five to 29 employees and establishments with 30 and more employees, separately. (...) Excluded are trainees and employees on probation, piece workers, commission agents, home workers, casual employees, employees sub-contracted from other companies or firms, employees from temporary work agencies, and persons absent from work because of temporary or indefinite lay off or temporary military service. (...) Construction of indices Wages, hours worked and regular employment indices, in establishments with 30 or more regular employees, by industry and establishment size, are computed each month, using as benchmark data the results of the latest Establishment Census (at present, the 1986 Census).
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Score: 837673.6 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM2/E/JP1.html
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Two staff members from FAO Sri Lanka among 100 Excellent Employees and 100 Best Young Employees  | FAO in Sri Lanka | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english Español FAO in Sri Lanka FAO in Sri Lanka Programmes and Projects News Resources Nuestros socios Two staff members from FAO Sri Lanka among 100 Excellent Employees and 100 Best Young Employees 23/12/2019 Colombo -  An FAO first, the Employee Recognition Initiative was launched by the FAO Director General this year to celebrate the diversity of FAO employees and of their contribution to the work of the Organization around the world. (...) Nominations were collected throughout the Organization to recognize colleagues in two categories: 100 Excellent Employees and 100 Best Young Employees . Two employees from the FAO Representation in Sri Lanka were selected for the two categories, from among 11 561 employees working at FAO globally. Accordingly, Niranjala Gunaraj (Administrative Associate) was recognized among the 100 Excellent Employees and Mahina Bongso Hussain (National Media and Communications Consultant) was recognized among the 100 Best Young Employees at FAO.
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Score: 837391 - https://www.fao.org/srilanka/n...ws/detail-events/es/c/1256538/
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