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Nom: Federal Law to amend the General Social Insurance Law, the Industrial Social Insurance Law, the Farmers Social Insurance law, the Civil Servants Sickness and Accident Insurance Law, the Unemployment Insurance Law 1977, the Labour Market Financing Law, and the Labour Market Promotion Law (Sozialrechts-Änderungsgesetz - SRÄG 2000).
Pays: Autriche
Sujet(s): Sécurité sociale (Normes d'ensemble); Fonctionnaires et agents publics
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 2000-08-11
Entry into force:
Publié le: Bundesgesetzblatt, 2000-08-11, No. 92, pp. 937-968
ISN: AUT-2000-L-58709
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=58709&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Bundesgesetzblatt, 2000-08-11, No. 92, pp. 937-968
Résumé/Citation: The General Social Insurance Law is amended with regard to rules of voting for the execution of authorisations; agreements of goals; monitoring and controlling, management, reporting, the establishment of a Commission for long-term Pension Insurance and its composition, the charge in case of ambulance services, and pensions. The Industrial Social Insurance Law is amended with regard to ambulance fees and pensions. The Farmers Social Insurance Law is amended with regard to the fees, ambulance fees, pensions, administration of insurance, and responsibilities of regional performance commissions. The Civil Servants Sickness and Accident Insurance Law is amended with regard to the duty to inform the insured, and ambulance fees. The Unemployment Insurance Law 1977 is amended with regard to old-age part-time money, and pensions. The Labour Market policy Financing Law is amended with regard to the employer contribution for unemployment insurance. The Labour Market Promotion Law is amended with regard to the duty of the employer to report.
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