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  1. Greece - Labour contracts - Law, Act

    Law N° 4325 of 2015 on the democratisation of Administration, on combating bureaucracy, the E-Governance, the reparation of injustice and other provisions. - Text in Greek

    Adoption: 2015-05-11 | Date of entry into force: 2015-05-11 | Date of partial entry into force: 2015-11-11 | GRC-2015-L-102264

    CHAPTER 1: DEMOCRATISATION OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN STATE AND SOCIETY
    Article 1: Requisition of personal services - Prohibition of state direction of labour applicable to strikers; (paragraph 6 repeals paragraph 2, phrase 1 and paragraph 4 of article 41 of Law N° 3536 of 2007, as well as article 23 of Legislative Decree N° 17 of 1974);
    Article 2: Participation of the society in the staffing process of the Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection (ASEP) and the Greek Ombudsman;

    CHAPTER 2: RATIONALISATION OF THE DISCIPLINARY LAW
    Article 3: Restitution of the presumption of innocence during disciplinary procedure (regulating the compulsory leave, the discretionary leave of absence, the duty suspension, and the consequences of leave);
    Article 4: Disciplinary sanctions;
    Article 5: Disciplinary Bodies;
    Article 6: Disciplinary misconduct;

    CHAPTER 3: CITIZENS' RIGHTS - COMBATING BUREAUCRACY - E-GOVERNANCE
    Article 7: Extension of rights of citizens and employees;
    Article 8: Simplification and acceleration of recruitment procedures concerning the seasonal personnel and the project lease contracts;
    Article 9: Participation of personnel under open-ended private law employment contracts in mobility process;
    Article 10: E-identification;
    Article 11: E-services of the Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection (ASEP);
    Article 12: Ex officio search of supporting documents - E-issuance of certificates;
    Article 13: E-circulation of State documents - Security of State IT systems

    CHAPTER 4: REPARATION OF INJUSTICE - REINSTATEMENT OF PERSONNEL - MOBILITY
    Article 14: Scope of application and procedures;
    Article 15: Procedure of qualification and filling of vacancies through voluntary mobility;
    Article 16: Three-member Committees of the Ministry of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction;
    Article 17: Reinstatement of personnel;
    Article 18: Re-establishment of abolished sectors and specialities and personnel grading;
    Article 19: Re-establishment of Municipal Police;
    Article 20: Appointment of candidates of the Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection (ASEP);
    Article 21: Abrogation of the institution of suspension - Credit transfer

    CHAPTER 5: OTHER ADJUSTMENTS FALLING UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR AND ADMINISTRATIVE RECONSTRUCTION
    Article 29 abolishes the « Supplementary Pension Fund of the EBZ (Sugar Greek Industry) Personnel » belonging to the Mutual Service Fund of the EBZ Employees (TAYEBZ); stipulates that the insured persons and pensioners falling under it are now subject to the Unified Auxiliary Insurance Fund (ETEA); regulates the contributions, insurance, retirement and pension-related issues of the insured persons and pensioners according to the ETEA regime;
    Article 34 regulates the recruitment, procedure of placement, employment contracts and emoluments of auxiliary doctors; repeals article 125 of Law N° 4316 of 2014;
    Article 38 regulates the fixed-term employment contracts concerning the recruitment of personnel in primary schools, pre-schools and crèches;
    Article 47 allows the transfer of employees according to article 30 of Law N° 4223 of 2013.

    The Law abolishes, starting from the date of its entry into force, the provisions of article 7, paragraph 1 of Law N° 1943 of 1991.

  2. Greece - Labour contracts - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Décret présidentiel No. 572 portant protection des droits des travailleurs en cas de cession d'entreprise, d'installations ou d'une partie des installations.

    Adoption: 1988-12-01 | Date of entry into force: 1989-12-16 | GRC-1988-R-8108

    Ce texte vise à harmoniser la législation grecque avec celle des Communautés Européennes, et en particulier avec les dispositions de la directive du Conseil du 14 février 1977 (77/187/CEE). les points principaux sont les suivants: droits et obligations du cédant et du nouveau propriétaire; respect des contrats collectifs; droit des travailleurs à la sécurité sociale; changement des stipulations du contrat de travail; résiliation du contrat; protection des représentants des travailleurs; justification des décisions et consultation avec les travailleurs; sanctions.

  3. Greece - Labour contracts - Law, Act

    Presidential Decree 456/1984 - the Greek Civil Code. - Act on-line in Greek

    Adoption: 1984-10-24 | GRC-1984-L-87906

    Regulates the civil law in Greece. With respect to labour legislation, provides for the establishment of an employment contract between an employer and an employee(Article 648). Unless otherwise agreed to, wages are to be paid after the provision of employment (Article 655). The employee retains the right to wages, if less than ten days after work is started, they are prevented from working providing that there is a good reason and that it the employee is not at fault (Article 657). The employer has certain obligations with respect to the payment of wages in certain circumstances (Article 664). The employment contract ceases when the date which was concluded in the contract expires (Article 669). Each party is entitled in any event and at any time to terminate the contract for good reason, without observing a notice period. This right can not be excluded by agreement (Article 672). The contract is revoked upon the death of the worker. Also regulates the case where the employer dies (Article 675).


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