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Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations. Dominican Republic – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Law, Act. Dominican Republic – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance. Reglamento de funcionamiento interno del Consejo Consultivo del Trabajo. Ecuador – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Miscellaneous circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.
Acuerdo MDT, de 16 de marzo, que prohibe a las organizaciones laborales imponer multas o sanciones de cualquier otra naturaleza a sus miembros que decidan no participar en los actos convocados por las mismas – Adoption: Este Acuerdo prohibe a las organizaciones laborales imponer multas o sanciones de cualquier otra naturaleza a sus miembros que decidan no participar en los actos convocados por las mismas.
Ecuador – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Law, Act.
Ecuador – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Constitution. Ecuador – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance. Decreto que declara en vigencia las leyes de defensa y ejercicio profesional. Egypt – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance. Part I – Organization name, Headquartered and Who legally represent it. Part II – Trade union Organizations.
Part V – Strike.
Consejo Nacional de Discapacidad – CONADIS –
Egypt – Leh of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Law, Act. Section 1 repeals section 23 of Law No. Section 2 amends and replaces Section 42 of Law No. The minister has the right to appoint board members of the trade union, if the minimum required number of members did not manage for any reason, to fill the vacant seats.
Sets forth the standard form to be approved for consultation by the parties to a collective labour agreement. Regulates collective bargaining at the enterprise, branch of activity, profession or industry, and regional or national level.
Sets forth subjects for collective negotiation such as hours of work and paid leave. Deals with various other procedures related to collective bargaining and collective agreements.
Sets forth a list of establishments forbidden from staging or calling for a strike by virtue of the vital or strategic nature of services provided. Egypt – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – EU Decision.
Regulations under the Civil Societies and Institutions Law. Sets forth procedures to be followed by foreign NGOs and national groupings to be registered as civil societies. ,ey societies are barred from engaging in political activities restricted to political parties under the Parties Law or in trade union activities restricted to trade unions under the Trade Unions Law.
Recognizes as civil society any grouping of natural or legal persons or lfy organized for non-profit-making purposes, without prejudice to those societies established by special decrees or under international agreements.
Foreign non-governmental organisations may also exercise the activities allowed to civil societies under this law. Outlines the Executive Statutes of Law No. This Law is applicable in parallel to the dispositions of Law No. Indicates the manner of applying s.
Order of the Ministry of Health No. Order of the Ministry of Manpower and Training, No. Prescribes maximum and minimum amounts of compensation due to union members assigned to official union duties outside the area where the union is headquartered.
Amendments to Order No.
Ley No. 122-05 sobre Asociaciones Sin Fines de Lucro
Amends sections 1,2,4,6,8 subsection f and last paragraph13, 14, 17, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 first paragraph30, 31 first paragraph36, 41, 42, 43, 45 third paragraph50, 62, 65 and 68 of the principal Act.
The amendments provide for new definitions and scope includes private, public and mixed sections and agricultural workers and domestic servants ; trade union registration and let of legal personality; non-applicability of legislation of trade union funds for cultural, social and other purposes; the establishment of a single national-level “general union” of workers belonging to allied occupational categories and the right of the General Confederation of Trade Unions to amend the rules of such “general unions” in accordance with the standards set in the leey Act; the General Confederation’s leadership of the Egyptian trade union movement; and many other related matters.
An Order of the Ministry of Manpower and Training to amend provisions specifying the banking institutions where trade union funds must be deposited; the purchase of necessary buildings; the meaning of travel expenses; entitlement to travel allowances and other related matters.
Provides for supervision of elections to the bodies of professional associations by a judicial committee new section 6bis and amendments to section 6. Ministry of Manpower and Employment Order No.
Authorizes the boards of directors of the General Confederation and general trade unions to grant board members an allowance not exceeding Egyptian pounds per month. Allows the formation of regional engineers’ unions, and provides for conditions of establishing such sub-unions. Permits the establishment of the union of workers who are shareholders in electricity companies in accordance with Financial Market Act No. Applies to all arbitration, irrespective of the nature of the legal relation around with the dispute revolves.
Amends the provisions of section 6, sub-paragraph c of section 21, sections 41, 43, 46 and paragraph 2 of section 64 of the Financial Regulations of Trade Unions referred to in the Order. This amendment provides for the bank in which the funds shall be saved and the buildings to be ,ey which are necessary for the functioning of the trade unions.
Amendments concerning contributions to the Unions’ social welfare and pension fund and other financial matters. Amends section 3 of Ministerial Order No. The Union may also grant workers released from the civil service, the public lfy or the private sector, a special key not exceeding 30 percent of their basic wages.
All such payments must be charged to the Union’s administrative expenses account. Order of the Ministry of Manpower and Training No. Amends the first and second paragraphs of article 3 of the Order of the Minister of Manpower and Training No. Amendments to various sections respecting ldy, election to governing 12-205 and union resources. Order of the Minister of Manpower and Training No. Defines the conditions to be fulfilled by a course to be considered as an educational course under the provisions of section 122-055 of the Trade Unions Act.
Regards the duration of such courses, and the number of participants therein. Repeals Ministerial Order No. Provides for the creation of local committees to facilitate the settlement of litigation in each governate.
Sets out procedures for the operation of the committees and provides for appeals to the central council for settlement of litigation.
These amounts will be used to set up and run cultural, social and health centres providing services to workers at the national and regional levels.
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The number of workers to be released in each undertaking will be proportionate to the number of workers employed. El Salvador – Freedom 122-005 association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Constitution. El Salvador – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance.
Equatorial Guinea – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Law, Le. Eritrea – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations – Law, Act. Non-governmental Organization Administration Proclamation No. Proclamation on the Formation of Political Parties and Organizations, Estonia – Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial 122-055 – Law, Act.
Amends Individual Labour Dispute Resolution Act rephrasing section 91 Processing of information concerning labour disputes in labour dispute committees ; also amends, inter alia, Occupational Health and Safety Act making wording changes into 122-5 1719 of para 1 of section 13 Obligations and rights of employerpara 10 of section 16 Working environment specialist ; further, supplements the Act with new section Safe working life databaserephrases para 4 of section 17 Working environment representativeparas, 1151 of section 18 Working environment councilpara 3 of section 22 Occupational accident also supplementing it with new para 31para 2 of section 24 Investigation and registration of occupational accident and occupational disease ; also supplementing the Act with section Working environment database.
Employees’ Representatives Act, Adoption: Regulates the activities of workers representatives including elections, rights and obligations of representatives and employers, provision of information, consultation, and role of the State. Trade Unions Act of 14 June consolidation. Provides for the general rights and bases for the activities of trade unions and their relations with State and local government agencies and employers. Also deals with specifications for the foundation, activities and dissolution of trade 12-205 which operate as non-profit associations.
Consolidation available in English. Act of 2 June to amend section 8 of the Act on the settlement of collective labour disputes and section 21 of the Public Service Act Text 1222-05. Estonia – Freedom of association, collective bargaining 122-005 industrial relations – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance.
Concerns, inter alia, the language used by the Commission and translation needs. Law of 26 March on Public Meetings. General Provisions Chapter II: Provides for the creation of commissions in each region of the Republic members, procedure, organization and financing and for its tasks and competencies.
The commissions shall settle disputes between workers and employers linked to labour relations and the respect of labour contract when the parties 12-05 reach an agreement. Non-profit Associations Act of 6 June consolidation. General Provisions Chapter 2: Members of Non-profit Associations Chapter 4: Merger and Division Chapter 7: Non-profit Associations and Foundations Register Chapter 8: Foundations Act of 15 November consolidation.
Provides that a foundation is a legal person in private law which has no members and which is established to administer and use assets to achieve the objectives specified in its articles of association. Regulations on mediation of collective labour disputes. Sets up the mediation procedure and provides for the duties and rights of the mediator. Employees’ Representatives Act of 16 June Provides, inter alia, for the election and dismissal of representatives, their rights and duties, and their employment relationship.
Act on resolution of collective labour disputes of 5 May consolidation. Defines collective labour disputes as disagreements arising between the employer or employers association and the workers or trade unions on matters such as the conclusion, implementation or modification 1220-5 collective agreements and the implementation of labour law. Chapter II governs the conciliation procedure.
12-05 parties have the right to refer the dispute for conciliation to the Public conciliator.