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Work: The duration of the ban is counted as actual service for the owners of contracts, daily wages and the private sector DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

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Post by claud39 on Fri Apr 03, 2020 3:39 pm

Work: The duration of the ban is counted as actual service for the owners of contracts, daily wages and the private sector


04/04/2020



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The Economy News - Baghdad

The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs said on Friday that it would oblige ministries and entities not affiliated with the Ministry, the private sector and investment companies to pay their wages in the period of the ban, demanding that they be counted as actual service in accordance with the law.

A statement issued by the ministry, seen by the "Economy News", stated that "The Minister of Labor and Social Affairs in the name of Abdul-Zaman asked the ministries and entities not related to the Ministry and all governorates and employers in the private sector and investment companies to pay the wages incurred by themselves to workers due to the current economic conditions."

The minister stated, according to the statement, "Pay the workers wages for the entire period of the curfew as an exceptional circumstance and force majeure according to the provisions of Article (72) of Labor Law No. 37 of 2015 which states that in the event (the work is totally or partially suspended as a result of exceptional circumstances) Or force majeure, the employer must pay the workers wages for the period of stopping up to (30) days).

The statement added, "The duration of the prohibition counts to an actual service for the worker in accordance with Article 75 / Fifth of the same law. This article applies to (contracts and daily wages) working in ministries, governorates, and entities not related to a ministry," stressing that "it is not permissible to end the services of workers or those who are By virtue of their ruling, only after obtaining the approval of the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, according to Article 43 of the Labor Law.

He called the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs to "contact the hotline 07727643008 in the event of violations or any violation of workers' rights to carry out legal measures against violators."





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