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Name: Cabinet of Ministers Regulation No. 445 of 5 July 2016 Establishing the Rules of the Remuneration of Teachers, as amended to 25 July 2017.
Country: Latvia
Subject(s): Labour administration; Teachers
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2016-07-05
Entry into force:
ISN: LVA-2016-R-105199
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=105199&p_lang=en
Bibliography: legislation on-line legislation on-line Latvijas Vestnesis, Latvia PDF in Latvian as amended to 25 July 2017 PDF in Latvian as amended to 25 July 2017 (consulted on 2017-09-28)
Abstract/Citation: I. General provision (which states that these Regulations establish the procedure for determining the salary of teachers, the amount of remuneration and the amount of work load of teachers)
II. The procedure for determining the lowest monthly salary rates and monthly salaries of teachers
III. Teachers' wage fund
IV. Teachers' work load
V. Final provisions
Annex 1. The lowest monthly salary rates for teachers, Heads of educational institutions, their Deputies and Heads of structural units
Annex 2. Samples of charge forms
Annex 3. Teachers' work load corresponding to one monthly wage rate
Annex 4. Supplement for work in special circumstances from educators of state-funded educational institutions
Annex 5. Recommended calculation of the work load of teachers according to the average number of students in a class / group and subject
Annex 6. The lowest monthly salary rates for teachers, Heads of educational institutions, their Deputies and Heads of structural units
Annex 7. Teachers' work load corresponding to one monthly wage rate.
Repeals Cabinet Regulation No. 28 of 28 July 2009 "On Paying Teachers" (Latvijas Vēstnesis, 2009, No. 121, No. 168; 2010, No. 137; 2011, No. 131; 2012, No. 133, No. 169, 2014 , No. 137).
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