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Name: Law No. 3801 of 2009 concerning issues of personnel with indefinite private employment contract and other provisions of organization and function of Public Administration
Country: Greece
Subject(s): Conditions of employment
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2009-09-03
Entry into force:
ISN: GRC-2009-L-89476
Bibliography: Legislation on-line Legislation on-line National Technical University of Athens - School of Mechanical Engineering, Greece PDF of Act in Greek PDF of Act in Greek (consulted on 2014-07-30)
Abstract/Citation: CHAPTER A - System of progress and Issues of operational status of personnel under indefinite private contract

Article 1: Area of implementation
Article 2: Grading structure of positions
Article 3: Schedule of promotion
Article 4: System of promotion - Lists of promoted
Article 5: Implementation of provisions of Employees' Code, of the Code of Municipal Employees and of Presidential Decree 410/1988 concerning personnel of indefinite private contract
Article 6: Selection and specializations
Article 7: Managers of organic units
Article 8: Health recovery leave for personnel with disability pension
Article 9: Penal law
Article 10: Transfer of personnel
Article 11: Specialization transfer
Article 12: Transitional provisions

CHAPTER B - Provisions concerning issues of Independent Authorities, Control Mechanisms and Centralized and Decentralized Administration

Article 13: Non-publication at Departmental Authorities of examination documents
Article 14: Provisions on the General Inspector of Public Administration
Article 15: Operational Issues of the Body of Inspectors - Controllers of Public Administration
Article 16: Point-system for the appointment based on article 101 of the Constitution, and house subsidy
Article 17: Partial granting of training leave

Special issues of transfers and relocations
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