Agreement Under Article 36
5. In the event that an employer, on the basis of a written agreement with a union organized by a majority of workers in the workplace concerned where such a union exists, or with a person representing the majority of workers, has made a provision relating to the season during which paid leave is granted in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 3. The employer may grant paid leave in accordance with this provision for portions of paid leave covered by paragraphs 1 to 3 over a five-day surplus, regardless of the provisions of the previous paragraph. Article 24. Wages must be paid in cash and in full directly to employees; however, payment may be permitted in non-cash cases in cases provided for by law or by law or collective agreements, or where a reliable method of payment of wages is provided for within the meaning of a settlement; a partial wage deduction may be allowed in cases provided for by law or regulation, or in cases where there is a written agreement with a union organized by the majority of workers in the workplace where such a union exists, or with a person representing the majority of workers, unless there is such a union. Article 70. In the event of a need for workers receiving vocational training, who obtain recognition under Article 24, paragraph 1, of the Professional Skills Development and Promotion Act (Law 64 of 1969) (including cases where the same provisions are applied in accordance with Article 27, paragraph 2, of the Act), are Articles 14 on the duration of the contract , the provisions of Articles 62 and 64-5 on restrictions on dangerous and harmful employment for minors, expectations and expectations and other mothers and mothers, and the provisions of Articles 63 and 64-4 relating to the prohibition of underground work of minors and women, may, as part of this need, be provided for by other regulations; This does not apply, however, to the section 63 ban on underground work of minors for persons under the age of 16. Article 133. With regard to the application of the provisions of Article 39 to companies that normally employ no more than 300 employees, the terms “ten working days” are read in Article 39 paragraph 1 until 31 March 1991 in the form of “six working days” and from 1 April 1991 to 31 March 1994 as “eight working days”. Article 119. 3.
Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1, in the event of temporary need for public service purposes, the working time covered by sections 32 to 32-5, including and covered by section 40, may be used for national and local public servants in the event of temporary need for public service purposes. operating in companies within the meaning of Article 8. , point 16, and these workers may be required to work on rest days, in accordance with Article 35. Article 71. A regulation in accordance with the provisions of the previous section does not apply to workers other than workers employed by an employer who has obtained authorization from the administration for the employment of these workers in accordance with this regulation.