If the former or new owner is considering taking action on his or her respective staff, he or she will discuss these measures with elected officials in order to reach an agreement. The registry does not contain personal data without the consent of the person to whom the information applies. The registry is available to the labour inspectorate, safety delegates, the workplace committee and health and safety personnel. On all other points, the employer must keep the information contained in the personal business register secret. Many young people have their first days of work around the holidays and in the summer. As an employer, you have a special responsibility to ensure that children and youth do not perform work that may affect their safety, health, development or education. This is why stricter working time requirements apply, among other things, to people under the age of 18. 3. Safety delegates and members of workplace committees are given the time they need to complete their duties in accordance with Sections 24 and 26. As a general rule, these tasks must be performed within normal schedules. When they have to leave the workplace, they inform their immediate supervisor immediately or as soon as possible. Safety work that must be done outside of the normal working hours covered by Section 46 (see section 47) is paid as for overtime.
However, this does not apply to workers who are exempt from the provisions of Section 41 of working time. – The length and location of the agreed daily or weekly working time. Flexible working hours (6) Planned collective redundancies will not come into force no earlier than 30 days after the employment department is communicated. If this is necessary to reach an agreement, the Employment Services Service may extend the time limit in the first sentence by up to 30 days. If the Employment Services Department changes this time limit, this change is communicated in writing to the employer. An extension cannot take place if a business is liquidated by the Court of Justice. Workers who find that their work cannot continue without risk to life or health must stop working. Workers who suffer from workplace injuries or illnesses that they believe are due to their work or working conditions inform the employer or their representative. All employees who are not in management positions or are particularly independent are entitled to overtime pay.
The legal obligation is that the additional hourly wage be 40% of the hourly wage, which is in addition to the normal hourly wage. Many workers are covered by collective agreements that stipulate that the remuneration must be 50%. 2. Fixed-term employment contracts end at the end of the agreed period or after the end of the work done, except for a collective agreement or collective agreement. 2. If a labour environment committee is set up, it should be reported to the local labour inspection service. In the workplace, communications with the names of those who are members of the Committee at any given time are published. 5. The Workplace Committee reports annually on its activities to the company`s administrative bodies, workers` organizations and labour inspectorates. The Labour Inspection Directorate adopts other provisions relating to the content and composition of the annual report. 7. The notice periods prescribed under subsections 2 and 3 cannot be revoked by the parties in compensation agreements or other pre-dismissal agreements and the parties cannot decide that a worker`s notification must be longer than that of an employer.