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1.1 WAGES
1.1.1 Definition
1.1.2 Persons responsible for the payment of wages
1.1.3 Fixation of wage periods and time of payment of wages
1.1.4 Deductions from the wages
1.1.5 Grievance procedure in case of illegal deductions or delay in payment
1.2 WORKING HOURS AND LEAVES
1.2.1 Daily hours
1.2.2 Interval for rest and meal*
1.2.3 Weekly hours**
1.2.4 Weekly Holiday***
1.3 PAID ANNUAL LEAVE
1.3.1 Annual leave with wage
1.3.2 Festival holiday*
1.3.3 Casual leave
1.3.4 Sick leave **
1.4 EMPLOYMENT OF FEMALE
1.5 MATERNITY BENEFITS
1.5.1 Maternity leave
Changes in present law:
1.5.2 Procedure of payment of the maternity benefit
1.5.4 Benefits in case of the death of mother***
1.6 EMPLOYMENT OF ADOLESCENT
1.6.1 Prohibition of employment of children and adolescent
1.6.2 Certificate of fitness
1.6.3 Working hours of adolescent
1.6.4 Restriction of appointment of adolescent in certain work
PART 2: EMPLOYMENT
2.2 Forced labour
2.3 Discrimination
2.4 Service rules
2.5 Appointment Letter and ID Card
2.6 Service book
2.7 Classification of workers
2.8 Probationary period
2.9 Calculation of continuous service
2.10 Payment of wages for un-availed leave*
2.12 Death benefit**
2.13 Stoppage of work
2.14 Right of laid off workers*
2.15 Retrenchment**
2.16 Discharge
2.17 Dismissal
PART 3: OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE
3.1 SAFETY
3.1.1 Fire
3.1.2 Floors, stairs and means of access
3.1.3 Excessive Weights
3.1.4 Safety of building and machineries
3.1.5 Fencing of machinery*
3.1.6 Work on or near machinery on motion*
3.1.7 Explosive or inflammable dust or gas**
3.1.8 Precautions against dangerous fumes*
3.1.9 Personal protective equipment
3.1.10 Risk assessment and prevention
3.2 WELFARE
3.2.1 First aid appliances
3.2.2 Washing facilities
3.2.3 Canteens
3.2.4 Shelters/ rest rooms and lunch rooms
3.2.5 Rooms for children*
3.3 HEALTH AND HYGIENE
3.3.1 Cleanliness
3.3.2 Drinking water
3.3.3 Overcrowding
3.3.4 Lighting
3.3.5 Latrines and urinals
PART 4: INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
4.1 Unfair Labour Practices from the Part of the Employers
4.2 Unfair Labour Practices from the Part of the Workmen
4.3 Determination of the Collective Bargaining Agent (CBA)
4.4 The Right of the Collective Bargaining Agent
4.5 Participation Committee
4.6 Functions of the Participation Committee*
4.7 Meetings of the Participation Committee
4.8 Implementation of the Recommendation of the Participation Committee*
4.9 Trade Unions
4.10 Application for Registration and Required Documents for Registration
4.11 Industrial Dispute
4.11.1 Raising of Industrial Dispute
4.11.2 Settlement of Industrial Dispute*
4.11.4 Strike and Lock Out
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Bangladesh Labour Law-2006

Bangladesh Labour Law-2006

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