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Nom: Notification of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs issuing regulations regarding termination of employment, placement and income security for employees, in conjunction with the reorganisation of the national economy and its central bodies. Text No. 82.
Pays: Tchécoslovaquie (ex)
Sujet(s): Salaires; Sécurité de l'emploi; Politique économique et sociale; Politique et promotion de l'emploi, services de l'emploi; Sécurité sociale (Normes d'ensemble)
Type de loi: Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)
Adopté le: 1988-05-27
Entry into force:
Publié le: Sbírka zákonu, 1988-05-30, No. 16, pp. 436-438
ISN: CSK-1988-M-6470
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=6470&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Sbírka zákonu, 1988-05-30, No. 16, pp. 436-438
Résumé/Citation: This text makes applicable, unless otherwise indicated, the Principles and Procedures of 11 Feb. 1988 (Text 31) and, with regard to the reorganisation of "central bodies", the Notification of 3 July 1970 (Text 74). At least three months' notice shall be given to an employee in case of termination of the employment relationship, and the employee shall be granted assistance in seeking new employment. If necessary, he or she shall receive the difference between his or her previous average earnings and the average earnings in the new job for the first three months of new employment, and 80 per cent of this difference over the following three months. The same shall apply in case of a change affecting the enterprise, as stipulated in s. 46(1)(a) to (c) of the Labour Code (LS 1975 - Cz. 2) and in case of restructuring or reduction in force. Acquired rights shall be fully maintained for purposes of ss. 249 to 251 of the Code.

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