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(a) Termination by the employer on disciplinary grounds and constructive dismissal (b) Termination by the employer on non-disciplinary grounds, (eg. Retrenchment and lay off) (c) Termination by operation of law or by frustration of contract and impossibility of performance (d) Termination by effluxion of time (e.g. Fixed-term contract)

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the shop and office employees' act 9 of 1954 which is an act providing for the regulation of employment, hours of work and remuneration of persons in shops and offices and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto defines an "employer" (a) in relation to any shop, means the owner of the business of that shop, and includes any …

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1.2.7These rules shall apply to every person in full time or part-time employment of the [CSO's Name] provided that, unless otherwise provided in these rules. ... is committed towards compliance of employment laws of Sri Lanka and supports fundamental human rights for all people and prohibits unjustified discrimination based on a person's ...

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The researchers employ analytical comparison of Nigeria laws and practice on determination of contract of employment as well as laws of the selected countries as they relate to the International Labour Organisation standards on unfair dismissal. Also, the researchers adopt construction of statutes and case law as part of their methodology.

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Labour Code of Sri Lanka, 2004, Labour Legislation (in force on 31 December 2002), Ministry of Employment and Labour, Colombo, Sri Lanka, pp. 490-497 Labour Code of Sri Lanka - Consolidated and Updated to 31st December 2009, 2010, Ministry of Labour Relations and Productivity Promotion, Sri Lanka, pp. 97-105

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An employee is entitled to annual leave salary based on the basic salary and the housing allowance in accordance with Article 78 of the Federal Law No. 80 of 1980 regulating labour relations (the ...

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Sept 27, Colombo: Sri Lanka's most MSME-friendly bank, HNB PLC, once again allocated Rs. 10 million to assist entrepreneurs affected by the ongoing economic crisis as a part of its flagship 'Oba Venuwen Api' initiative to rebuild and revive the economy. The initiative launched with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 will offer a ...

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Marginal Notes. 1. This Act may be cited as the Termination of Employment of Workmen (Special Provisions) Act, No. 45 of 1971. 2. Regulation of the termination by employers of the scheduled employments of workmen. 3. The provisions of this Act, other than this section, not to apply in certain cases or circumstances. 4.

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Regulation of the termination by employers of the scheduled employments of workmen. 2. (1) No employer shall terminate the scheduled employment of any workman Without- (a) the prior consent in writing of the workman; or. (b) the prior written approval of the Commissioner.

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Ministry of Labour Sri Lanka. Act Name English Sinhala Tamil; Index. EDIT 2010 July 15: Chapter 01: Industrial Disputes Act I

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After economic liberalization, Sri Lanka achieved an average economic growth rate of 5.4 per cent during the first half of the 1980s, 3.2 per cent in the second half of the 1980s, 5.3 per cent in the 1990s and 4.8 per cent between 2000 and 2006, in spite of ethnic conflict and natural disaster (Central Bank 2006).

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Marginal Notes. 1. This Act may be cited as the Termination of Employment of Workmen (Special Provisions) Act. 2. Regulation of the termination by employers of the scheduled employments of workmen. [2, 23 of 2022] 3. The provisions of this Act, other than this section, not to apply in certain cases or circumstances. 4.

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Termination of Employment Act, as amended by Act No. 12 of 2003, was enacted for the purpose of providing relief at the termination of service of workers. The Act introduces a formula for determining the amount of compensation to be paid to workers at the termination of employment.

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These workers have not been made aware of the benefits they should be receiving as employees and rights they are able to exercise as citizens of Sri Lanka. The Centre for Policy Alternatives has worked with local government on gazettes and policies to develop estate roads, provide addresses to these communities and to furnish several ...

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Employees are entitled to 7 days of casual leave from the second year of employment, which can be used for personal purposes. Employees are entitled to use their casual leave due to a death of a close family member. Military Leave Not Specified by law. Please consult your local legal counsel to learn more about Sri Lanka Leave Laws.

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Short title. 1. This Act may be cited as the Termination of Employment of Workmen (Special Provisions) Act. Regulation of the termination by employers of the scheduled employments of workmen. 2. (1) No employer shall terminate the scheduled employment of any workman Without-. (a) the prior consent in writing of the workman; or.

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It is common for Contracts of Employment to provide for termination by either party with one month's notice or one month's salary in lieu of notice or without notice for reasons under conditions set out in the Contract of Employment. nonetheless, albeit such provisions, the existing local employment/labor laws allow the termination of ...

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Minimum of 180 days service during the first year of employment should have been completed at the time of termination of employment. A person whose employment is covered under the following acts, can make an application under the above Act. i. Shop & Office Employees Act. ii. Wages Boards Ordinance. iii. Factory Ordinance.

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