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Name: Law N 4254/2014 on measures for the support and development of the Greek Economy and other provisions.
Country: Greece
Subject(s): Economic and social policy; Social security (general standards)
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2014-04-07
Entry into force:
Published on: Efimeris tis Kivernisseos, 2014-04-07, Part A', N 85, pp. 1383-1490
ISN: GRC-2014-L-100568
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=100568&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Efimeris tis Kivernisseos, 2014-04-07, Part A', N 85, pp. 1383-1490
Text in Greek Text in Greek Ethniko Tipografio, Athens, Greece, pp. 1383-1490 PDF of Official Gazette in Greek PDF of Official Gazette in Greek (consulted on 2015-12-03)
Abstract/Citation: Paragraph A of article 1 of Chapter A, on measures for the support and development of the Greek Economy, regulates the distribution of part of the primary surplus of the General Government.
Subparagraph A1 regulates the distribution of the social dividend; subparagraph A2 provides for action on housing, feeding and social welfare to homeless persons; subparagraph A3 settles the sickness benefits in kind and subparagraph A4 adjusts the granting of an one-off financial bolstering to uniformed men.

Paragraph 9 of same article introduces provisions falling under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Administrative Reform and E-Governance.
Subparagraph 9.1 regulates the suspension, extension, consequences, damages and benefits of the Manpower Employment Organization (OAED); subparagraph 9.2 introduces an obligation for stock-taking and emoluments payment; subparagraph 9.3 settles the suspension with regard to the repealed sectors of Law N 4172/2013 and subparagraph 9.4 regulates the issue of non acceptance of placement.

Paragraph I of same article introduces provisions falling upon the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health.
Subparagraph I3 introduces amendments to article 100 of Law N 4172/2013 concerning the Greek National Health Service (EOPYY); subparagraph I4 amends the provisions of Law N 3918/2011 regarding the contracts and fees of doctors contracted with the Greek National Health Service (EOPYY) and subparagraph I5 amends Law N 4238/2014 on the retroactive transfer of doctors under suspension.

Paragraph IA of same article introduces provisions falling upon the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Labor, Social Security and Welfare.
Subparagraph IA1 adopts adjustments concerning the Self-Employed Workers Insurance Organization (OAEE); subparagraph IA2 regulates the reinforcement of the collection mechanisms of the Social Insurance Agencies; subparagraph IA3 settles the decrease of the employers costs and the enhancement of the economys competitiveness; subparagraph IA4 provides for the temporary work agencies; subparagraph IA5 regulates the simplification of procedures and the decrease of red tape; subparagraph IA6 regulates the simplification of procedures related to the maintaining of records with regard to occupational security and occupational health-related issues; subparagraph IA7 adopts extraordinary and emergency measures assisting long-term unemployed persons and facilitating their integration in the labor market; subparagraph IA8 restructures the Insurance Agencies; subparagraph IA9 regulates the valorization of human resources.

Paragraph IST of same article introduces provisions falling upon the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Shipping and Aegean Sea.
Subparagraph IST 3 adjusts issues related to collective bargaining in the shipping-related professions.

Subparagraph IZ1 of paragraph IZ of same article introduces adjustments concerning the accession of hospital doctors into a full-time and exclusive employment regime and subparagraph IZ2 regulates the suspension and mobility of employees.
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