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  1. República Unida de Tanzania - Administración del trabajo - Ley

    Labour Institutions Act (No. 7 of 2004) [CAP. 300 R.E. 2019]. - Act No. 7 of 2004

    Adopción: 2019-11-30 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 2004-06-04 | TZA-2004-L-68356

    The Revised Edition 2019 includes all amendments of the Act up to 30 November 2019 and replaces the original 2004 test. The Act provides for the establishment of the Labour, Economic and Social Council, the Commission for Mediation and Arbitration, the Essential Services Committee, wage boards, labour administration and inspection, and the Labour Court.

    PART I - PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS
    PART II - LABOUR, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
    PART III - COMMISSION FOR MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION
    PART IV - ESSENTIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE
    PART V - WAGE BOARDS
    PART VI - LABOUR ADMINISTRATION AND INSPECTION
    PART VII - LABOUR COURT
    PART VIII - GENERAL

  2. República Unida de Tanzania - Administración del trabajo - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Labour Institutions (General Regulations) 2017 (G.N. No. 45 of 2017). - Legislation on-line

    Adopción: 2017-02-24 | TZA-2017-R-104377

  3. República Unida de Tanzania - Administración del trabajo - Ley

    The Statistics Act, 2002 (Act No. 1/2002). - Acts and Bills on-line

    Adopción: 2002-03-28 | TZA-2002-L-86529

    An Act to make better provisions in relation to the functions and powers of the National Bureau of Statistics with respect to collection, compilation, analysis and publication of Statistical information on economic, social and cultural activities; to conduct census and to provide for consequential matters.


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