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  1. Zimbabwe - Codes du travail, Lois générales sur le travail ou l'emploi - Loi

    Labour Amendment Act, 2015 (No.5 0f 2015). - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-08 | ZWE-2015-L-101341

    The Act, inter alia, amends section 12 of the Act concerning termination of employment in order to protect workers from dismissal without benefits following a Supreme Court ruling on employment terminations in July 2015 allowing companies to terminate their employees' contracts of employment on three months notice without benefits.

  2. Zimbabwe - Codes du travail, Lois générales sur le travail ou l'emploi - Loi

    Labour Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 7 of 2005). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2005 | ZWE-2005-L-72878

    Amends sections 2, 2A, 3, 11, 12, 12B, 12C, 13, 18, 23, 25, 29, 30, 40, 45, 48, 51, 63, 74, 76, 79, 81, 86, 89, 92A, 93, 98, 106, and 107 of the principal Act and repeals sections 22 and 97. It also substitutes new text into sections 19 and 83 and inserts new sections 82B (administration of Part XI), 90A (procedure and evidence in the Labour Court), and 92D (appeals to the Labour Court no provided for elsewhere in this Act). The Act also repeals section 56 of the Export Processing Zones Act [Chapter 14:07].

  3. Zimbabwe - Codes du travail, Lois générales sur le travail ou l'emploi - Loi

    Labour Relations Amendment Act, 2002 (No. 17 of 2002).

    Adoption: 2002 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2003-03-07 | ZWE-2002-L-63380

    Makes miscellaneous amendments to Labour Relations Act and Public Service Act. The Labour Relations Act is now to be cited as the Labour Act [Chapter 28:01]. Inter alia provides for extension of purpose of Labour Relations Act to include advancement of social justice and democracy in the workplace. Also makes provision for prohibition of forced labour; prohibition of sex discrimination; employment of young persons; duration, particulars and termination of employment contract; remuneration and deductions from remuneration; dismissal; retrenchment; sick leave and other types of leave; work councils; and Labour Court.

  4. Zimbabwe - Codes du travail, Lois générales sur le travail ou l'emploi - Loi

    Labour Relations Amendment Act, 2000 (H.B. 24 of 2000).

    Adoption: 2001-02-01 | ZWE-2001-L-58735

    Amends Labour Relations Act and Public Service Act on the basis of recommendations of the ILO. Makes provision for prohibition of forced labour and sexual harassment; employment of young persons; maternity leave; composition, procedure and functions of work councils; registration and certification of trade unions; settlement of labour disputes; collective bargaining agreements; as well as several matters concerning the Labour Court.

  5. Zimbabwe - Codes du travail, Lois générales sur le travail ou l'emploi - Loi

    Labour Relations Amendment Act, 1992 (No. 12 of 1992)

    Adoption: 1992 | ZWE-1992-L-31526

    Amendments in respect of definitions, maternity leave, minimum wage, works councils, workers committees, right to union or association dues, dissolution of employment boards, publication of collective bargaining agreements, functions and powers of and appeals to the Tribunal, employment codes of conduct, employers' records, investigative powers of labour relations officers, and general offences and penalties.

  6. Zimbabwe - Codes du travail, Lois générales sur le travail ou l'emploi - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Labour Act [Chapter 28:01]. (Labour Relations Act, 1984 (Act 16 of 1985)) - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1984 | ZWE-1984-L-1850

    Part I. Preliminary: short title, interpretation, purpose, application)
    Part II. Fundamental rights of employees: union membership, prohibition of forced labour, protection against discrimination, etc.9
    Part III. Unfair labour practices
    Part IV. General conditions of employment: employment of young persons, duration and termination of contracts, remuneration, dismissal, retrenchment, benefits upon termination, sick leave, vacation leave, special leave, weekly rest, benefits in case of death of the employer, right of retention of employment in case of transfer of a business, maternity leave)
    Part V. Advisory councils and wage and salary control: advisory councils, minimum wages, etc.)
    Part VI. Workers committees: formation and functions
    Part VII. Trade unions, employers organizations and federations of trade unions and employers organizations
    Part VIII. Employment councils
    Part IX. Repealed
    Part X. Collective bargaining agreements negotiated by trade unions and employers organizations
    Part XI. Labour court
    Part XII. Determination of disputes and unfair labour practices
    Part XIII. Collective job action
    Part XIV. Employment agencies
    Part XV. General

    The Act repeals the Industrial Conciliation Act (Ch. 267), as published in the Legislative Series (LS 1964 - SR 1A, B, C), the Minimum Wages Act, 1980, and the Employment Act, 1980 which was also published in the Legislative Series (LS 1980 - Zim. 1). Consolidation available.

  7. Zimbabwe - Codes du travail, Lois générales sur le travail ou l'emploi - Loi

    Employment Act 1980 (No. 13).

    Adoption: 1980 | ZWE-1980-L-11931

    Act to provide for the regulation of conditions of employment, for the registration of private employment bureaus and for the control of the recruiting of persons for employment within or beyond the borders of Zimbabwe; to repeal the African Juveniles Employment Act, the African Labour Regulation Act, the Foreign Migratory Labour Act and the Masters and Servants Act; to amend the Industrial Conciliation Act; and to provide for matters incidental to or connected with the foregoing. No. 13.


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