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The new Labour Code

Published: July 2, 2013 | 10:43 am
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The new Labour Code is awaiting the President’s signature. The Code, which was passed by the Parliament several weeks ago, has been once again assessed as problematic by the business sector. The acting Director of the Association of the Employers, Mikheil Kordzakhia, has told TV3 that the new Code is likely to create more confusion in the relationship between the employer and the employee. According to Mr. Kordzakhia, it will lead to an increase in the number of cases taken to the court, and is likely to create an uncertain environment for potential investors. However, the Association of the Employers also identifies positive aspects of the Code, saying that the employees will feel more protected than before. The head of the Trade Unions states that the businesses might even consider themselves being discriminated against by the new Labour Code. However, he emphasises the importance of the rights of the employees being central to the Code.

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