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ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations. Article 7 of the Consolidation of 065 Law states that it shall not apply – unless said expressely otherwise in a specific legislation – to domestic workers, rural workers – more specifically those working directly with agriculture and livestock – public servants, or any other person working within a public administration institution.
The Code applies to both the public and private sectors. It does not apply unless expressly otherwise stated to: Domestic xecreto agricultural workers; staff employed by the Federation, the federal States, municipalities; parastatal enterprises.
However, the Code will apply to workers in industrial public enterprises, except those who benefit from a statutory scheme. An employee is any individual who provides permanent services to an employer, having been by the latter hired. It is to be considered an employer any company, individual or collective, that, by assuming the risks of an economic activity, hires and provides personal service.
Weekly working hours under 25 hours. Work performed between 10 pm. A person providing continuous services to a person or a family in their home for non-profit. A worker between 14 and 18 years of age. A minor under 16 years of age can only work as an apprentice. Historical data year indicates year of data collection The 8 hour limit can be exceeded by an agreement between employer and employee or by collective agreement.
It can also be exceeded if the work cannot be postponed or is necessary to prevent serious damage. The 8 hour limit does not apply to agricultural workers.
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The 8 hour limit does not apply to domestic workers. In case that work has to be interrupted due to accidents or force majeure, working time may be extended by two hours during the days required to make up the lost time, but not exceeding ten 10 hours per day, and not exceeding 45 forty-five days per year. Such work is subject to prior authorization of the competent authority. A collective agreement may provide that normal working hours are exceeded decretto one day and decreased on another day, provided that the normal weekly working time is averaged over a year, and working time on any day does not exceed 10 hours.
No more than 48 hours per week. No weekly limit for domestic workers applicable. It can be agreed between the employer and the employee or by collective agreement that the exceeded hours will be reduced on another working day compensatory time off.
Overtime is not regulated for domestic workers. When the 19996 day exceeds 6 hours, rest periods of at least 1 hour and at most 2 hours except otherwise stated by collective agreement. For a working day of between 4 and 6 hours, a rest break of at least 15 minutes shall be provided. One working day and another shall be separated by an uninterrupted period of at least 11 hours. In any period exceeding 6 continuous hours, a break for meals and rest of at least 1 hour, but not more than 2 hours.
In periods not exceeding 6 hours, minute break after 4 hours. Under certain conditions, the minimum one hour rest break can be reduced by the supervising authority. When the employer does not grant the rest break, he will have decretl pay monetary compensation with a premium of at least 50 percent of the normal wage for the corresponding period.
Rest breaks are not regulated 9196 domestic workers. Between two working days employees are entitled to 11 consecutive hours of daily rest period Codification of Labour Legislation Art. After 6 hours of consecutive work, employees are entitled to at least one hour rest, which may not exceed 2 hours. After two working days, a rest break of at least 11 consecutive hours. Rest breaks are not included in the calculation of working time. Work should be interrupted by a meal-time break of 1 to 3 hours.
decerto Daily rest periods are not regulated for domestic workers. Workers shall be entitled to a weekly rest period of 199 least 24 consecutive hours, that as a general rule shall coincide fully or partly with Sunday. Workers can work on Sundays for reasons of public convenience or unavoidable service requirements, but it has to be organized every month in such a way that employees are assigned to Sunday work in a rotative manner.
A schedule must be drawn up in advance for workers who work on Sundays, to ensure at least one Sunday off during a maximum period of seven weeks. Work on weekly rest days is prohibited.
Brazil – Working time – 2011
Right to paid weekly rest, preferably on Sunday. All workers have the right to paid annual leave. After 12 months of work. The length of annual leave depends on the number of days of absence from work: System of gradual paid annual leave, depending on days absent from work, starting with 12 calendar days of leave for days of absence per year. One-third of the annual leave may be replaced by a payment, except for part-time workers. The payment of the leave shall be done at the latest 2 days before the beggining of the period mentioned.
The employer may decide to grant the employees a collective annual dcereto, which may be divided into two periods, none of which consists of less than 10 days.
Seven national public holidays. Every employee has the rigtht to paid weekly rest period of 24 consecutive hours, preferably sundays and to the limits of the technical demands of the companies, they shall also be paid for civil and religious holidays, according to the local tradition. Work may not be performed on public holidays national or religious.
Decretoo from this general rule are only possible when authorization is granted by the competent government authority.
Part-time work is that which does not exceed 25 Weekly working hours. Part-time workers are not allowed to work overtime.
For part-time workers annual leave will be conceeded as it follows: Night work will be paid a premium of at least 20 per cent of normal wages. Female workers will always benefit from this extra payment. Agricultural Workers who perform night work will be paid a premium of at least 25 per cent of normal wages. Night work is prohibited for young workers under 18 years. No information available regarding night work for domestic workers.
Employers are to post the time schedule at the workplace. The Act covers industry workers who deal with harmful materials. The law applies to industry, trade and agricultural workers. The law does not apply to civil servants and to domestic workers. This Act covers all workers hired by individuals or private companies.
The Act applies to industry and trade workers. It covers all workers from the pivate sector. Workers from the public sector are not included.
Act of 2 February Act of 2 September Act issuing the commercial hours Ley que regula los horarios comerciales of 6 June of Uruguayan Ministry of Labour and Social Security website http: In those activities where the daily working day is limited by law or collective agreement, overtime shall be considered to be the hours worked which exceed that limit. The worker who performs work between 22h and 6h of the next day.
Any person who renders private domestic services to one or more families, with the object of caring for them and working for them. It is not allowed to work more than eight hours per day in both industry and commerce sector. The dailiy hours limit of 8 hours does not apply to certain groups of workers, including: A 6 hour limit applies to those working in conditions that are detrimental to their health. The 8 hour daily and 48 hour industry or 44 hour commerce weekly limits can be exceeded in shift work.
The average hours worked in a period of up to 3 weeks must not exceed these daily and weekly limits.
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Uruguayan Ministry of Labour and Social Security website. Young workers, older 15 years of age cannot work more than 6 hours per day. This decision can be only taken after a technical evaluation of the wokplace conditions and after considering the decdeto interest of the child. Domestic workers cannot work more than 8 hours per day. It is not allowed to work more than 44 hours per decrefo in the commerce sector and 48 hours in the industry. Young workers older than 15 years of age cannot work more than 36 hours per day.
Domestic workers cannot work more than 44 hours per week. For job categories in which daily working hours are limited, overtime work is the work performed exceeding this limit. Employers cannot perform more than 8 hours fecreto week of overtime work. Overtime work has to be performed with the employee’s agreement. Exceptions to the 8 hours limit can be established on the following cases: In industrial undertakings, workers shall not work for more than five consecutive hours without a rest period of either 30 mintues or two hours.
Where the working day is continuous, the 30 minute rest period shall be remunerated. If the working day is divided into two periods and the rest period is therefore longer, it shall not be counted as working time and will not be remunerated. Collective agreements decrdto establish additional pay or compensation for workers who perform night work. Working time se commercial establishments shall be either continuous or divided into two periods.