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labour law

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) those areas of law which appertain to the relationship between employers and employees and between employers and trade unions
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To address this concern they hold on to the recommendations of the second labour commission's report 2002, which mainly suggested the coordination of all labour laws and a separate informal workers' labour law to protect the rights of unorganized workers.
'This campaign comes as part of the Ministry of Manpower's efforts to regulate the labour market, follow up the implementation of the provisions of the labour law and the ministerial decisions implemented by it.
ISLAMABAD -- A gender audit of Pakistan's labour laws has found that they do not create an enabling working environment for women and suffer from inconsistencies in the definitions of labour and labour rights, among other problems.
Finally, labour law is applicable for all employees working under the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation or under a free zone.
Hoti had filed the petition in public interest, challenging the government's move to end the applicability of different labour laws including the one which exempted private educational institutions in the province from paying minimum wage to teachers.
I would like to clarify to the questioner that Article 65 of the UAE Labour Law states the following: "The maximum normal hours of work of adult workers shall be eight a day or 48 a week.
There is some reference to his personal and social history in the introduction and the chapters by Langille and, especially, Mark Freedland, which helps to explain Arthurs' focus on labour law and industrial relations.
In terms of its content, the New Labour Law appears to be more detailed than its predecessor.
These employees are often subject to employment laws and regulations which are materially different than those set out in the Labour Law, e.g.
On the back of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi visiting the UAE earlier this month - which highlighted New Delhi's concern about the welfare of its migrant labour force working in the region - Qatar's Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs is set to take a hard line with companies who disregard labour law in the country.
I need to know when I will be contractually entitled for annual leave as per labour law. Is it after 12 months or within 12 months (that is after the 11th month)?

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