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Original name: Gesetz zur besseren Vereinbarkeit von Familie, Pflege und Beruf
Name: Act to Improve Compatibility between Family, Care and Work.
Country: Germany
Subject(s): Workers with family responsibilities
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2014-12-23
Entry into force:
Published on: Bundesgesetzblatt Teil I, 2014-12-31, vol. 64, pp. 2462-2472
ISN: DEU-2014-L-98561
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=98561&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Bundesgesetzblatt Teil I, 2014-12-31, vol. 64, pp. 2462-2472
Act on-line in German Act on-line in German Gesetze im Internet, Federal Ministry of Justice - Bundesministerium der Justiz, Germany PDF PDF (consulted on 2015-03-31)
Abstract/Citation: Setting up the right to up to six weeks paid leave to care for family members, adaptation of "close relatives" definition, introduced long term care insurance.
Chapter 1. Amendment to the Act on Family Care Leave
Chapter 2. Amendment to the Nursing Care Period Act
Chapter 3. Amendment to the Social Code - Book III - Employment Promotion
Chapter 4. Amendment to the Social Code - Book IV - General Rules for Social Security
Chapter 5. Amendment to the Social Code - Book V - Statutory Health Insurance
Chapter 6. Amendment to the Social Code - Book VI - Statutory Pension Insurance
Chapter 7. Amendment to the Social Code - Book VII - Employment Accident Insurance
Chapter 8. Amendment to the Social Code - Book XI - Social Care
Chapter 9. Amendment tot eh Procedural contribution Regulation
Chapter 10. Amendment to the Data collection and transmission regulation
Chapter 11. Amendment to the Second Act to amend Farmers' Sickness Insurance Ac
Chapter 12. Amendment to the Statutory heal insurance financing and quality improvement Act
Chapter 13. Permission notice
Chapter 14. Entry into force.
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