Labour code

A labour code, (also called a code of labour laws) is a codification of labor laws in legislative form. One of the first labour codes was first introduced in 1918 in the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, as a legal framework underlying the requirement to ensure the right to work declared in the first Soviet Constitution. In the afterma...
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Labour Code

(from the article `Honduras`) ...economic policies since the mid-20th century. In 1954 striking banana workers led the trade union movement to one of its most resounding triumphs, ...
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Labour Code

(from the article `Soviet law`) Soviet law recognized three distinct categories of employees: workers for state enterprises, employees of collective farms, and inmates in labour ...
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