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  1. Australie - Consultations tripartites - Loi

    International Labour Organisation (Compliance with Conventions) Act 1992 (No. 220 of 1992)

    Adoption: 1992-11-11 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1992-12-24 | AUS-1992-L-33043

    Makes provision for giving effect to the Tripartite Consultation (International Labour Standards) Convention, 1976 and amends the Migration Act 1958 and the Navigation Act 1912 to enable Australia to ratify certain international conventions.

  2. Australie - Consultations tripartites - Loi

    Directions under Sub-section 125(5) of the Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1904. No. S 444.

    Adoption: 1986-08-18 | AUS-1986-L-2787

    Govern the powers and duties of inspectors, especially in relation to breaches of awards by employers or employees.

  3. Australie - Consultations tripartites - Loi

    Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 1986. No. 54.

    Adoption: 1986-05-27 | AUS-1986-L-5199

    Purposes: to enable orders to be made about maternity leave, to enable rulings to be made that persons are employers or employees in tyhe road transport industry and to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the administration of the Industrial Relations Act 1979. Makes various amendments to that Act, including addition of a new Part VIIA.-Maternity Leave.

  4. Australie - Consultations tripartites - Loi

    Industry and Commerce Training Act Amendment Act 1986. No. 10.

    Adoption: 1986-03-26 | AUS-1986-L-3449

    Amends the Industry and Commerce Training Act 1979-1985, particularly in regard to the composition and functions of committees, the inability of an employer to provide work for an apprentice, class attendance and penalties.


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