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International Employment Regulations

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  • Q1
    What are the maternity leave regulations in Ghana? See: https://www.businessinsider.com/maternity-leave-worldwide-2017-8
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    Twelve months of which 6 months fully paid
    Eighteen months, 50% pay
    Two weeks full pay
    Twelve weeks fully paid
    300s
  • Q2
    What is the length of paternity leave in Sweden? See: https://www.businessinsider.com/maternity-leave-worldwide-2017-8#sweden-both-parents-are-allowed-to-stay-off-work-until-the-child-is-18-months-old-4
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    Fathers are entitled to two weeks of paid parental leave
    Fathers are entitled to 16 months of paid parental leave
    Fathers are entitled to 18 months of unpaid parental leave
    Fathers are entitled to no parental leave
    300s
  • Q3
    Can you terminate employment in Turkey with immediate effect? See: http://www.admdlaw.com/executing-terminating-employment-contracts-in-turkey/#.X7k4HxNKiEs
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    Yes, only if a crime can be proven
    Yes, but certain payments have to made, depending on the length of service
    No, unless approved by an official of the Department of Labor
    No, unless you go to the labor court
    300s
  • Q4
    Annual fully paid leave in Qatar is: (See: https://www.qatarday.com/blog/information/annual-leave-policy-in-qatar/29584)
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    No leave necessary
    Two weeks fully paid after five years of service
    Four weeks fully paid from year one
    Three weeks after one year of service
    300s
  • Q5
    Do employees have the right to strike in Chile? See: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-chile-labor/chiles-supreme-court-backs-workers-right-to-strike-idUSKCN0WA22Z
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    No, under no condition
    No, except they are members of a union on strike
    Yes, only when joining a legal union strike
    Yes, even outside a collective bargaining agreement
    300s
  • Q6
    Do you have to pay workers while they are sick in India? See: https://benefits.vmware.com/in/worklife/time-off/sick-leave/
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    Fourteen days with a medical certificate
    Four weeks at 75% pay
    three weeks at 50% pay
    no paid sick leave
    300s
  • Q7
    Do you have to give employees a 13th cheque every year in some countries? See: https://knowledge.leglobal.org/argentina-mandatory-one-time-bonus-for-all-private-sector-employees-in-argentina/
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    It is a voluntary act in all cases
    It was part of the rules in the British Colonies
    Yes, in many it may not be mandatory but everyone does it. In Argentina, it is the law.
    A 13th salary cheque is customary in Florida, USA
    300s
  • Q8
    Are there any countries where employers have to weigh employees? If so, what then?https://www.businessinsider.com/strange-labor-laws-2016-6#-1
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    Yes, in Japan. If they exceed the limit they have to attend weight loss programs
    Perhaps in the year 1450.
    No. It shouts against human rights
    No. It is against international labor law
    300s
  • Q9
    Which first world countries do not have a minimum wage law? See: https://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/080515/5-developed-countries-without-minimum-wages.asp#:~:text=However%2C%20the%20truth%20is%20most,industry%20through%20collective%20bargaining%20contracts.&text=Five%20developed%20nations%20without%20legal,Iceland%2C%20Norway%2C%20and%20Switzerland.
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    Yes, France.
    No.
    Yes, England
    Switzerland, Denmark, Norway rely on labor unions and employers to reach agreements on minimum wages.
    300s
  • Q10
    Can workers belong to the labor union of their choice in China? See: https://friendsclb.org/labor-rights-in-china
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    Yes, of course
    No, but they have limited choices
    No, unless the employer gives permission
    No, only one union affiliated with the Communist party.
    300s

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