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Name: Law No. 102-V ZRK of 13 June 2013 amending Several Legal Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the subject of the division of power between State Bodies.
Country: Kazakhstan
Subject(s): Constitutional law
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2013-06-13
Entry into force:
ISN: KAZ-2013-L-96696
Bibliography: Legislation On-Line Legislation On-Line Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan PDF in Russian PDF in Russian (consulted on 2014-08-17)
Abstract/Citation: Amends, inter alia, Labor Code rephrasing article 17 and its title which now reads: "Competencies of local body of labor inspection", article 12 (procedure of taking into consideration of opinion or consent of the representatives of the employees at the publication of acts of the employer), article 16 (competencies of authorized state labor body in the field of regulation of labor relations) supplementing it with new subparagraphs, supplementing article 18 (competencies of local executive bodies in the field of labor relations), rephrasing article 147 (rights and duties of employer at the time of job placement), 282 (procedure for holding collective bargaining negotiations, processing and concluding collective bargaining agreement), 307 (state management control and supervision in the sphere of labor protection and labor safety), 309 (Monitoring and assessment of risks in the sphere of labor protection and labor safety), also introducing minor wording changes in articles 314, 317, 322, 323, 325, 328, 335.
Amends Law on Employment of the Population rephrasing article 6 (central executive body) and supplementing with a new subparagraph, also supplementing article 7 (local executive bodies) with subparagraphs 5-8), 5-9), changing the wording of articles 8 (authorized body), 20 (public works), 22 (bodies carrying out state control in the sphere of employment).
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