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  1. Azerbaijan - - Law, Act

    Law of 27 June 1991 on Employment.

    Adoption: 1991-06-27 | AZE-1991-L-31317

    Provides for the right to work, and in particular the right to choose a workplace. Establishes categories of persons that need special protection (young persons, women who have young children, etc) and specific training programmes. Contains provisions concerning employment promotion (objectives and means) and occupational training by bodies belonging to the National Employment Services, created by this Act, and by non-governmental bodies. Such training is to be primarily for the unemployed. Specifies the roles of trade unions and employers and sets out their respective rights and duties. Provides for the conditions for granting, suspending and cancelling unemployment benefit as well as social assistance given to the families of persons who do not receive such allowances. Available in English.

  2. Azerbaijan - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree of the Council of Ministers of the Azeri SSR No. 145 of 17 May 1974 establishing exceptions as regards the regulation concerning the prevention of next of kin from working jointly in the same enterprise, institution and organization (provided for in Article 18 of the Labour Code)

    Adoption: 1974-05-17 | AZE-1974-R-35056

    Contains in Annex the list of workers, enterprises, institutions and organizations concerned.

  3. Azerbaijan - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree of the Council of Ministers of the Azeri SSR No. 147 of 17 May 1974 on breaks and discontinuance of working in cold periods of the year or strong wind (Adopted in accordance with Article 165 of the Labour Code)

    Adoption: 1974-05-17 | AZE-1974-R-35057

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