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Name: Act of the 25 June 2015 to amend the Labour Code and some other acts (Text No. 1220).
Country: Poland
Subject(s): Labour codes, general labour and employment acts
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2015-06-25
Entry into force:
Published on: Dziennik Ustaw, 2015-08-21, ISSN: 0867-3411
ISN: POL-2015-L-101448
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=101448&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Dziennik Ustaw, 2015-08-21, ISSN: 0867-3411
Act on-line in Polish Act on-line in Polish Internetowy System Aktów Prawnych [Internet System of Legal Acts], Sejm RP, Poland PDF PDF (consulted on 2016-03-20)
Abstract/Citation: Article 1. Amendments to the Labour Code: definition of labour contracts: on probation, definite and indefinite period and procedures of their termination
Article 2. Amendment to the Act on common duty to protect the Republic of Poland in regard to different types of labour contracts as in article 1.
Article 3. Amendments to the Act respecting workers employed in State institutions in regard to different types of labour contracts as in article 1.
Article 4. Amendments to the Act on social security cash benefits in case of sickness and maternity entitlement for maternity grant after expiration on insurance
Article 5. Amendments to the Act on foreign service definition of family members
Article 6. Amendments to the Act on special rules on termination of employment for reasons not attributable to employees
Article 7. Amendments to the Act on Social Employment assistance in finding employment
Article 8. Amendments to the Act on the employment of temporary workers: employment contract through job agencies
Article 9. Amendments to the Act on substitute service: termination of fixed term job contract
Article 10. Amendments to the Act on Civil Service first contract for 12 months period
Article 11. Amendments to the Act on Local government employees first contract for no longer than 6 months period
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