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ILO is a specialized agency of leu United Nations. The law does not cover agricultural workers; domestic workers; or establishments in which only family members are employed. The provisions of this Act do not apply to civil servants, domestic workers and agricultural workers. It might include periods of inactivity inherent to the job. Part-time worker is the worker who performs less than two thirds of daily normal hours.
Night work is the work performed in the interval between 9 pm and 6 am of the following day.
Domestic worker is the worker who render services of domestic nature for a household, male or female,non profitable for the employer, with a duration longer than one month, with minimum 4 hours day work and 4 days a week with the same employer, with no parental relation, and not hired for medical care or driving.
Young worker is the worker who is between 16 and 18 years old. The limitation of hours of work has constitutional status in all the territory of the Republic: The hours of work shall not exceed 8 hours per day.
Historical data year indicates year of data collection The limitation of 8 hours does not apply to workers holding responsible positions, when the work is performed in teams, or in cases of accident, urgency, or force majeure, when the work cannot be made during normal working hours.
The hours of night work shall not exceed 7 hours per day. Where hours of night work are combined with hours performed during day time, the limit of working hours shall be proportionally reduced by 8 minutes for every hour of night work. In cases in which the work is carried out in unhealthy conditions, the hours of work shall not exceed 6 per day. The 8 hour limit can be exceeded, provided the average hours worked over a three week period do not exceed the 48 hour weekly limit.
It is not permitted to employ young workers years old more than 6 hours per day. With the permission of the relevant government authority, young workers over 16 years of age may work up to 8 hours per day. The 8 hour limit does not apply to agricultural workers. No daily limit applies for domestic workers. The Congress of Argentina approved on 17 Marcha Bill for discussion in the Senate regulating the working conditions of Domestic Workers and modifying the current Act on Employment Contracts.
This Law will considerably change the working conditions of these workers in many aspects, among others, the limits in the daily hours of work. However, these modifications are not included since they are not yet implemented.
The hours of work shall not exceed 48 hours per week. The limitation of 48 hours does not apply to workers holding responsible positions, when the work is performed in teams, or in cases of accident, urgency, or force majeure, when the work cannot be made during normal working hours Law No.
In cases in which the work is carried out in unhealthy conditions, the hours of work shall not exceed 36 per week.
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The 48 hour limit can be extended, if the average hours worked over a three week period do not exceed the limit. The hours of work in any indiviudal week must not exceed 56 hours.
It is not permitted to employ young workers years old more than 36 hours per week. With the permission of the relevant government authority, young workers over 16 years of age may work up to 48 hours per week. The 48 hour limit does not apply to agricultural workers. No weekly limit applies for domestic workers. This Law will considerably change the working conditions of these workers in many aspects, among others, the limits in the weekly hours of work.
Workers shall not be compelled to work overtime, except in cases of force majeure involving an actual or imminent danger or accident, or due to the exceptional requirements of the national economy or the undertaking. Overtime work hours shall not exceed 3 hours per day, 30 hours per month and hours per year.
Maximum 12 hours a day, including overtime. In no case the overtime hours limits may be exceeded. Overtime work is prohibited for part-time workers except for emergency situations. The scheduling of working hours is within the exclusive competence of the employer. The schedules shall be posted in visible places in the establishment in order to inform the workers and allowing the administrative inspection.
However, the employer shall exercise this assignment with no alteration of the terms and conditions of the contract, causing a moral or material prejudice to the worker. The enjoyment of rest periods has constitutional status in all the territory of the Republic.
The legislation provides that rest breaks are included within the hours of work but no specifications about the duration of these periods. Young workers under 18 years old shall enjoy two hours rest break at noon when performing work during the morning and the afternoon.
Women shall enjoy 2 hours rest break at noon when performing work during the morning and the afternoon. Domestic workers are entited to enjoy 3 hours of rest break between morning and evening tasks including the time left for lunch.
All female workers shall dispose 2 breaks of 30 minutes each during the working day to breastfeed their children for a duration up to 1 year. A break of at least 12 hours shall be observed between the end of one leg day and the beginning of the next. Domestic workers are entitled to enjoy 9 hours of uninterrupted rest between shifts. Every worker shall enjoy a weekly rest of 35 hours starting on Saturday at In general weekly rest shall be taken on Sunday and Saturday from The employer shall work during public holidays in case of emergency or due to special demand of the national economy or enterprise.
Laws and regulations may forsee for exceptional cases on weekly rest days. The legislation provides a compensatory rest period of equal length.
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The worker may claim his entitlement as from the first working day of the following week, after giving formal notice of his intention to do so at least in 24 hours in advance. Workers employed on shift work shall be granted their weekly rest at the end of each shift cycle and in accordance with the characteristics of the shift system applied.
Employers cannot make young workers to work during rest days. Domestic workers are entitled to enjoy 24 consecutive hours of weekly rest or 2 half days free per week from In addition, one hour each week shall be provided for attend the ceremonies of his religion. The enjoyment of paid annual leave has constitutional status in all the territory of the Republic.
In order to be entitled to enjoy annual leave, the worker shall have worked at least the half of all working days in a year. If the worker has not completed this time, he may enjoy 1 day of leave for each 20 days of effective work. Every worker is entitled to enjoy an annual leave with a duration in between 14 to 35 days depending on the seniority of the worker.
A worker shall receive the regular remuneration during his leave, it shall be fixed as follows: Where the normal working day is longer than 8 hours, the actual working day shall be taken as the basis, in so far as it does not exceed 9 hours.
Leave remuneration shall be paid at the start of the leave period. The employer shall provide the annual leave to the employees within the period from 1 October to 30 April of the following le. The date of commencing the annual leave shall be comunicated to each worker on ,ey comunication with at least 45 in advance.
Young workers are entitled to enjoy at least 15 days annual leave. Agricultural workers shall enjoy a period of annual leave of 10 to 30 days depending on the seniority. Domestic workers shall enjoy a period of annual leave of 10 to 20 days depending on the seniority. Public holidays are paid if the workers have rendered services to the same employer with at least 48 hours or 6 days in the last 10 working days preceeding to the public holiday.
The employer shall work during public holidays in case of emergency or due to special demand of the national economy or the enterprise. Every worker is entitled to the following special paid leaves: Part time workers shall not perform overtime work, except in cases of serious danger or inminent risk for the persons or the goods of the undertaking.
Night workers cannot perform more than 7 hours of work per night. In cases in which the work is carried out in unhealthy places and where the health of the worker is at risk, the duration the total hours of work shall not exceed 6 per day. In cases in which the work is carried out in unhealthy places and where the health of the worker is at risk, the hours of work shall not exceed 36 per week.
Where hours of day work are combined with hours of night work, the hours worked shall be proportionally reduced by eight minutes for every hour of night work or the extra eight minutes shall be paid for as overtime.
It is not permitted to employ young workers years old in night work, comprising the period between 20h and 06 of the follwing day. In the textile industry, and in the establishments with consecutive shifts of work, the prohibition of performing night work refers to the interval between 22h and 6h of the following day.
No provisions on night work apply to domestic workers. Shift work must be adopted when production cannot be stoped, for technical or economic reasons. Casual work is the work performed by an employee in order to achieve specific results, related to extraordinary and transitory services, provided that no identification of term is posible and no expectation of regular or continuing employment exists.
The employer must inform workers of their working time schedules by posting notices in conspicuous places. These must include starting and finishing times and rest periods. Act of 20 May to amend and supplement the Labour Act. The provisions of this Act relating to working hours, rest breaks, daily and weekly rest periods shall not apply to employees on seagoing fishing vessels, to managing personnel and to members of the family of the employer who lives in the same household.
Unless otherwise specified in a separate law, exemptions from the implementation of provisions relating to the length of night work, daily rest periods and weekly rest periods, may be determined by a collective agreement to adult employees, in the following cases: In the case of security activities aimed ldy the protection of people or property, when continuous attendance is required. In the case of activities involving the need for continuity of service or production.
In the case of activities characterised by changing intensity, such as agriculture, tourism, or postal services. In the case of jobs of workers in lry railway transport activity, whose activities are intermittent who spend their working time on trains or whose activities are linked to transport time tables. In the case of force majeure or the 263390 of extraordinary and unpredictable circumstances or events.
In such cases, an alternative rest period, equivalent in length to the missed rest hours, shall be ensured, provided that the worker enjoys a leu rest in a duration of not less than ten hours and a weekly rest of not less than twenty hours, that may be taken within the next working period or in each two-week period, respectively.
Zakon o blagdanima, spomendanima i neradnim danima u Republici Hrvatskoj. Part-time working hours are considered any working hours shorter than full-time le hours. This period of time shall not be considered working time if the employee is not required to remain at his or her workplace or another place defined by the employer.
A “minor” shall mean a person under 18 years old.